This long-awaited little sibling of Abbeville s bestselling "e;How Artists See"e; series shows preschoolers the varied and beautiful ways in which artists see the world around them.
In "e;How Artists See Jr.: Dogs"e; children will encounter pictures of big dogs, tiny dogs, mischievous dogs, hunting dogs, and more, created by Paul Gaughin, Norman Rockwell, ancient Egyptian painters, and others. The apples to apples comparison of similarly themed pictures makes it easy to engage young children, helping them see the familiar in unexpected ways, while providing parent and child inspiration for thoughtful conversations, playful interactions, and vocabulary enrichment. The book also includes tips designed to encourage interaction while discovering the artworks.
The "e;How Artists See Jr."e; board books are a child s first introduction to the magic and beauty of art. Adapted from the acclaimed "e;How Artists See"e; series by Colleen Carroll, this new series is perfect for early learners and the books comfortable size and colorful presentation will make them lasting family favorites. Like a miniature museum exhibit that parent and child can explore together, each book features twelve diverse works of art from around the world, centered on a theme that little ones love: "e;Babies, Dogs, Horses, "e; or "e;Trains."e;
Age Range: 2-to 6-year-olds
Abbeville Press, Incorporated
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