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What is a picture book? As the name implies, it is a "painted book."
The picture book, called Picture Book in English, is also called picture book in Japan. The picture book is traced back to China. It may be that the early Japanese used the Chinese Buddhist scriptures (transformed map) and painted scrolls (Fahua Jing) as painting books, and later developed into the current picture books.
The term appeared for about ten years. The picture book is actually a picture book. In order to avoid confusion with books, it was later used to use the noun introduced by Japan.
We often have some books with pictures and drawings. Although the pictures of these books are very interesting, these pictures are only supplements of words, just a kind of pictures with the function of writing system. Such books are more common in textbooks and supplementary books. The pictures in the book do not have the "drawing language" function.
Compared with traditional Chinese comic strips and comic strips, the latter is like a traditional stage play. The reader can only look at the whole scene with a certain angle, which will have a great sense of distance. The younger picture book is like a movie for young children. It shows both a broad vision and a close-up of details. It has an extremely interesting storyline and hides, passes, turns, and hides. Rhythm design.
Some cartoon-based children's books and picture books are different. These audio books are exquisite, the picture is the solidification of the active cartoons, and the form loses the charm of the activity. The picture plot has been "dismembered" and it is difficult to express the original contents. The pictures in the book are just symbols that cause memories of the cartoon plot. Looking at a picture book of the Japanese version of the European folk story "Wolf and Lamb", we can appreciate this "picture language." The text is simple: "The wolf entered the lamb house...". Behind the whole version, the wolf opened the door and all the lambs were scared. Some were hidden in the big clock, some were hidden under the bed, some were hidden behind the door, and some were hidden behind the sofa... The picture has greatly attracted the interest of small readers.