You are My Work of Art by Sue DiCicco
  

Synopsis

You are My Work of Art by Sue DiCicco

Everyone is as unique and beautiful as a classic work of art, whether you are Great Wave Off Kanagawa with the power of the sea, or Starry Night, a galaxy of love. Lift the flaps to reveal classic works of art beneath! Accompanying each masterpiece is a creative, colorful, and kid-oriented illustration, depicting children in a scene analogous to the one in the famous work. Every spread includes a loving poem about what makes you a unique work of art--just like the classic paintings and sculptures underneath the flaps! Children will be delighted to learn about the work of famous artists, like Mary Cassatt and Vincent van Gogh, in this die-cut picture frame format. Each classic painting or sculpture is labeled with the title, the artist, and the year the painting was created--providing an early exposure to worldly works of art!

About the Author

Sue DiCicco began her career with the Walt Disney Company, in production at Disney Feature animation. She has since established her own studio, developing toy and game ideas for major manufacturers and illustrating hundreds of children's books, including many Disney and Sesame Street novelty books. She lives in Santa Barbara, CA. Visit Sue at suedicicco.com.

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Format

Paperback
16 pages
Interest Age: From 4

Author

Sue DiCicco
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Publication date

25th August 2011

ISBN

9780762441976


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