Lin Oliver and Samantha KallisIn this fast-paced adventure series, ten-year-old Tiger Brooks and Luna Lopez are sucked into famous paintings and must navigate the world of art while searching for their neighbor’s long-lost son. The book features black-and-white line art, but when the main characters get sucked into the painting, the art is in full color and in the style of the featured artist. Biographical information about the featured artist is available at the end of the book, adding an educational component to the series.
Fast-paced adventure meets art history in the fourth book of this thrilling series!
Georgia O’Keeffe’s Red Clouds with the Pedernal serves as the backdrop for Tiger and Luna’s ongoing mission that allows them to enter the worlds of famous paintings.
As they search for David, the boy who’s been missing inside the frame for fifty years, they must traverse the desert and climb the mountain in New Mexico sacred to Native American tribes. But could the stories about spirits on the Pedernal be true? It’s just one more detail for Tiger and Luna to keep in mind. But they must also remember the most important thing of all: get back to the real world before the end of the hour, or remain stuck in the painting forever!
Fast-paced adventure and full-color art in the style of Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks make this third book a thrilling addition to the Fantastic Frame series!
When Tiger and Luna get sucked into the fantastic frame this time, their destination is the diner depicted in Edward Hopper’s famous painting Nighthawks. They explore the streets of New York in 1942 and ride the subway through the dark underground tunnels. It’s another art adventure for Tiger and Luna, and as always, they must find their way back to the real world before it’s too late—or remain stuck in the painting forever.
The second book of this thrilling chapter book series will immediately suck readers in with its combination of a fast-paced adventure and full-color art—this time in the style of pointillism!
Tiger and Luna return to the fantastic frame, and this time they enter the famous dotted world of Georges Seurat’s painting, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte. After arriving on the shore of the pleasant scene, they dash through Paris, get captured by police, and encounter one misadventure after another. And of course, Tiger and Luna must return to the real world to avoid getting trapped in the painting before time runs out!
This thrilling chapter book series will immediately suck readers in with its combination of fast-paced adventure and full-color art!
When ten-year-old Tiger Brooks and his family move into a new home, he sees some strange things at the house next door—like a talking pig in a top hat! When he and his neighbor, Luna Lopez, investigate, they discover a reclusive old woman and her magical golden frame, through which they can enter the world’s greatest paintings. In this book, Tiger and Luna get pulled into the painting Surprised! or Tiger in a Tropical Storm by Henri Rousseau. But they must escape the jungle adventure before time runs out, otherwise they’ll be trapped in the painting forever!
Praise for Danger! Tiger Crossing:
“Ten-year-old Tiger Brooks and his neighbor, Luna Lopez, get up-close and personal with Henri Rousseau’s “Tiger in a Tropical Storm” in this action-driven first book in the Fantastic Frame series.” –Publishers Weekly
“Oliver keeps the plot itself snappy and peppy.” -Kirkus