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This is book number 4 in the How Artists See Jr. series.
This long-awaited “little sibling” of Abbeville’s bestselling How Artists See series shows preschoolers the varied and beautiful ways in which artists see the world around them.
In How Artists See Jr.: Dogs 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” comparisons will engage young children, helping them see the familiar in unexpected ways, while the books’ comfortable size and colorful presentation will make them lasting family favorites. Designed specifically to encourage parent-child interaction, thoughtful conversations and vocabulary enrichment, the books feature a “Parents’ Guide” on their back covers suggesting questions for Mom or Dad to ask while browsing.
Adapted from the acclaimed How Artists See series by Colleen Carroll, the concise, appealing How Artists See Jr. format gives young learners a taste of the many exciting ways in which artists see their world. Once they have finished looking at the books, kids may want to create some art of their own!
Age Range: 2 to 6-year-olds
Praise for the How Artists See Jr. series:
a BOOKLIST TOP 10 EARLY LITERACY SERIES