The text in the picture book can not only stimulate the sense of hearing, but also stimulate the sense of smell! Liu Xugong's "I Want to Eat Durian" is an interesting example. In the story, the little mouse wanted to eat durian, but had not eaten it. Asked the animals in the forest, although everyone had never eaten it, they responded casually that durian tasted like: watermelon, pineapple and guava... The more the little mouse listened, the more confused the idea of "I really want to eat durians" became stronger and stronger. The author used handwritten text to repeatedly write "I really want to eat durians" in the picture.
Part of it, which fills the eyes of readers, also reverberates in the mouths of readers. Readers who have eaten durian may recall the unpleasant smell photo retouching of durian or the sweet taste of durian. Photo provided / "I Want to Eat Durian" published by Xinyi Foundation-1536x1152 Photo Credit: "I Want to Eat Durian" published by Xinyi Foundation In the latter part, the animals saw the little mouse eating durian and wanted to try it. Liu Xugong once again used the color similar to the durian itself to write the heartfelt words of animals "I really want to eat durian", and directly conveyed their desire to eat.
It is so strong and permeates the air that it brings a humorous effect. Writing fonts hinders reading, but creates atmosphere Next, I would like to introduce the Australian picture book "Fox" (FOX), which won the Australian Book of the Year Award when it was published. The story describes the magpie bird in a fire, damaged its wings and can no longer fly. A one-eyed dog took care of her and let her ride on his back, as if flying by the dog's running. The dog and the mag