By Shaun Tan
Published by Arthur A. Levine Books
Reviewed by Martha Beach and Lisa Tran
The story of immigration is one so universal that it transcends language.
Shaun Tan understands this in his unique graphic novel, The Arrival, a full story of a man who leaves behind his family in order to immigrate to a new country - all told through a series of pictures.
Follow the main character from page to page, place to place, and watch as he journeys through his new and strange world without saying a word. The detailed drawn images are realistic. They evoke a sense of loneliness, bewilderment, frustration, fear, and joy that many immigrants experience when adjusting to a new culture.
A story told without words, The Arrival will capture the imagination of all who behold its beautifully illustrated pages.
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