Daughter of the Wolf
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Wolf in the Snow by Matthew Cordell
Jacob's Ladder Trailer 1 John Atkinson. Cordell does have little details that reward closer examinations the mom always wears green and the dad yellow, the wolf statue on the mantelpiece, etc. Yet every feeling courses across her face beautifully. We see her exhaustion, her fears, her relief, and her bravery.
We can also admire the ways in which Cordell can create water vapor in the air out of watercolors, or the muted pink of a setting sun behind a cloudy sky. A horizontal black slash below the eye makes it look like he simultaneously has his eyes both open and closed. Otherwise, no objects from the peanut gallery over here. I squee as loudly as anybody. I am about to invoke the name of Maurice Sendak. Not if we are to take into account the breadth and the depth and the sorrow and the humanity of his work.
However, in his early years Sendak had a fine eye for page design and in this respect Matthew Cordell follows squarely in Mr. Consider the book Where the Wild Things Are. As you read through that book you watch the margins. You pay close attention to what happens when images spread to the pages edges or contract into nice, tight squares. Wolf in the Snow is equally fascinating in this respect. The book opens with a cozy image that, at the same time, takes up a full page. Not so here. Cordell sets the stage instantly with a wordless family scene. We are watching this, through a window, from outside in the snow.
After a turned page we get another full two-page spread that goes to the edges of the pages, showing the girl waving at her dog as she tromps off to school.
Cordell is taking us from a cozy interior to a land with wide-open sky. A sky that could, potentially, cause that little girl some trouble. The girl is now enclosed on the left-hand page in a tight bubble.
Common Sense says
Just sky and snow. Snow and sky.
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And while Cordell does use panels on occasion for the sake of narrative brevity, for the most part he keeps his images big and bold and full-page. Snow and wordless books go together like hot chocolate and marshmallows. Admittedly Mr. But it is the animals that are allowed to speak in this book. Not the humans. No one reading this book would want there to be any text, though. This book is commendable for its clarity. Many is the library that will Mylar that cover in a thick plastic sheath and tape it soundly to the book inside.
If they do, loads of children will miss that fact that under the cover is an entire photo album of the two main characters. On the front cover you have the girl and her parents. It is, actually, the only time in the book that you can see her not wearing her customary red coat. On the back cover is the wolf cub and its family.