Mitzi's World Seek and Discover More Than 150 Details in 15 Works of Folk Art by Deborah Raffin


Mitzi's World Seek and Discover More Than 150 Details in 15 Works of Folk Art by Deborah Raffin

In Mitzi's world, every detail is worth seeing. Young readers will enjoy following Mitzi the spotted dog through all four seasons of the year as she explores the towns, farms and countryside of America, vividly brought to life by folk artist Jane Wooster Scott. Along with Mitzi there are plenty of other objects to uncover, whether it is candy canes in winter, sailboats in spring, sand castles in summer, or pumpkins in fall. Children will be introduced to counting concepts, seasons and colours, while the entire family can enjoy the highly beloved folk art form with its colourful and accessible scenes.

About the Author

Deborah Raffin is an award winning actress, author, director and a producer of film, television and audio books. She has received sixteen Parents' Choice Awards and has been nominated for twelve Grammy Awards. She lives in southern California with her daughter Taylor-Rose. Jane Wooster Scott is one of the leading painters of Americana today. Her art can be seen in galleries, museums, universities and embassies around the world. Her work even hangs in the White House. She lives in southern California and Sun Valley, Idaho. Visit her website at

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32 pages
Interest Age: 4-8


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Publication date

14th September 2009



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