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Dog's Night by Meredith Hooper and Hooper

Published 1 April 2000


On their annual Dogs' Night, all the dogs depicted in an art gallery leave their paintings to play, but four of them create a sensation by going back into the wrong paintings. Includes information about the real paintings shown.

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Sewing Quilts by Ann Warren Turner and Thomas B Allen

Published 2 October 1994


A pioneer girl sees pieces of her life sewn into the quilts she, her sister, and her mother make.

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Mystery John Alcorn Title

Published 1 October 2016


Cover of Saltbox House: Color n Build Activity Playset

Have fun building and coloring your own Saltbox House from printed, pre-cut, sturdy art board. The house measures approximately 7 1/2" wide x 9 1/4" long x 8" high and sits on its own platform. This playset provides hours of enjoyment. Children and adults can create their own interior and exterior color schemes with crayons, pencils, color markers, or watercolors. Inside is a staircase and loft; outside is a fence, deck, 4 dogs, a doghouse, two chairs, and garden plants that are easy to personal...

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Rеd Yellow Green by Emma Jones

Published 28 April 2020


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One, Two, Three by Tom Slaughter

Published 21 October 2003


Created in deceptively simple paper cuts, this is a counting book with a difference: each image is not only an introduction to numerals but also to the shapes and colors of modern art. Small children, and those with an interest in modern art, will find much to enjoy in this gorgeous picture book. Tom Slaughter’s vibrant prints are in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum. This, his first children’s book, was inspired by the paper cuts of Matisse, Dick Bruna, the art...

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J by Jass Dsn

Published 12 January 2020


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The 7th Knot by Kathleen Karr

Published 1 April 2007


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Scribbles and Ink, The Contest by Ethan Long

Published 15 September 2013


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flowers magic, design by Air Art

Published 3 January 2020


Cover of The Awesome, Almost 100% True Adventures of Matt & Craz

A weird web site provides Kilgore Junior High students and best friends Matt and Craz the opportunity to make their cartoons become real, which has some unexpected and dire consequences.

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Supreme by Light

Published 4 September 2019


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Black Meets White by Justine Korman Fontes

Published 6 June 2005


Beat the grey with this imaginative abstract exploration of two polar colours. What happens when Black meets White? It tickles! It makes polka dots...which become checks, which become stripes and wiggles and - well, you'll see! This marvellous conceptual adventure will delight young children beginning to understand colour. Stylish and modern in design.

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The Art Lesson

Published 15 March 1989


Tommy knows he wants to be an artist when he grows up. He can't wait to get to school and have real art lessons. When Tommy gets to school and finds out that the art lessons are full of rules, he is surprised and dismayed. How the wise art teacher finds a way to give Tommy the freedom to create and stay within the rules makes a wonderfully perceptive picture book about growing up and keeping one's individuality. Tomie dePaola is the author and illustrator of many beloved books for children, incl...

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Danny's Drawing Book by Sue Heap

Published 1 October 2007


Danny loves drawing pictures in his yellow drawing book. One snowy day, when he and his friend Ettie go to the zoo, Danny draws an elephant and an aardvark. Danny and Ettie watch in amazement as the animals come to life in the pages - and then they join them to embark on a wildly exciting journey to somewhere very different.

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Little SAP and Monsieur Rodin by Michelle Lord

Published 1 April 2006


In the early 1900s, little Sap, a young girl from the rice fields of Cambodia, wins a coveted place in the royal dance troupe and learns the steps so well that she is noticed by the famous artist Auguste Rodin, who rewards her with a special prize. A foreword and an author's note give additional information about the history of Cambodia, Khmer dance, and August Rodin.