Bienvenue à Pandorient (La Boîte à musique, #1)

Bienvenue à Pandorient (La Boîte à musique, #1)

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Hardcover, Pages: 56

Genres: Sequential Art, Bande Dessinée, Graphic Novels, Fantasy

Language: French

Reads: 7

Downloads: 1245

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Pour son huitième anniversaire, Nola, petite fille espiègle, reçoit de la part de son père Martin la boîte à musique de sa mère, Annah, récemment décédée. Cette boîte est un symbole pour la petite fille, mais très vite, la fillette croit voir des signes de vie à lintérieur. Oui, elle ne rêve pas : quelquun lui fait signe et lui demande de laide. Dès lors, en suivant les instructions dAndréa, la fille de la boîte à musique, Nola rapetisse, entre dans la boîte et découvre le monde de Pandorient, un monde incroyable... Le temps presse cependant, car Mathilda, la mère dAndréa et de son frère Igor, est gravement malade... Que lui arrive-t-il ? Aurait-elle été empoisonnée ? Leau serait-elle contaminée ? Rapidement, les soupçons se confirment. En urgence, les enfants vont soccuper de Mathilda puis remonter la piste du pollueur sans vergogne... avant que Nola ne regagne sa vie dans son monde, aux côtés de
son père. À moins que tout cela ne fût quun rêve... ou pas ! Mystérieux et merveilleux : la boîte à musique de Carbone et Gijé recèle mille mélodies ! Suivez Nola dans ce nouveau monde fantastique et plongez avec elle dans un univers tout en poésie et en aventures. Pandorient vous attend...

Reader Reviews
  •    Faejind Boulhaut
    2020
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    Over the past couple of years I have been revisiting my love of comics and graphic novels, so it was a no-brainer to download this when it became available on Netgalley. I had a quick flip through and realised the kids would also love the story so decided that I would invite them to share it with me.

    E (9) and T (8) both helped me to read the story and H(7) mainly looked at the pictures and told us some of what was happening in each image. This is one of the reasons that I enjoy sharing graphic novels & comics with the kids as they allow us to all contribute to the experience no matter the reading ability.

    They all really enjoyed the story and the idea of a secret magical world within a music box, the concept allowed them to discuss their own ideas of secret worlds and what sort of object they would hide one in. The added back story of Nola having lost her mother Annah allowed us to also discuss grief and what it is very gently and all three kids showed a lot of empathy for Nola.

    This first story felt as if it was setting the scene for The Music Box series; in it we learn about Nola and her family, understanding as to how Nola found Pandorient, some of what the world of Pandorient is like, as well as many questions, and who some of her friends and enemies could be in future books. I found this a truly enchanting story which I thought was told with a beautiful delicacy and understanding of children’s emotions.

    The artwork was beautiful and very whimsical. I liked how each page was laid out and how they all had some variance to the number of panels on them. This helped to keep all three of the children engaged to, especially the super bouncy H. We all loved the artwork and have since read the book again just so we could look at the beautiful pages.

    A downside for some is that The Music Box is presently only available in digital format, however as we have a Comixology account this wasn’t an issue to us as we will be able to easily access future issues. Which we definitely will be doing.

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  •    Dolar Golnik
    2020
    The Music Box is an amazing and so an interesting story! The first part of the comic is a story of its own and I really liked how short and coherent it was. It's a good comic for kids! No, perfect! The Music Box tells the story of Nola, who's mom has just passed away and her dad gives her a birthday present. The present is this weird orb-like music box and it's her mom's old one. Nola ends up inside the music box in order to help the people in Pandorient and learns that her mother had shrunk and gone there too before her. Now she needs to save a friend of her mom's and supposedly more adventures are on their way. The plot is quite simple, but entertaining and rolls nicely. The pace is good and oddly the pages are enough to make it work! The Music Box is cute and Carbone surely knows how to make the story interesting, but not too hard to understand.

    The art is phenomenal. The comic looks so magical and beautiful that you cannot even believe your eyes. The style is round and cute, but there's magic and mystery in it too. The color world is also out of this world with deep and rich purple and pink hues. I loved the line art too, which is sketchy at times and works so amazingly well with everything. I so need to read more and I think I have to buy it to my library, since comics like this are very much needed. The Music Box has clever characters, heart in it and the rhythm is perfect. I wish more people could make stuff like this!
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