Katie and the Starry Night by James Mayhew
  

Synopsis

Katie and the Starry Night by James Mayhew

Make art an adventure for your child with classic picture book character, Katie! For over 25 years, Katie has stepped into the most famous and familiar paintings in the world for an exciting adventure. This latest edition of a classic really is the best way to introduce children to a lifetime love of art. Katie leaps through the frames of five famous paintings by Vincent van Gogh. Why not collect all 13 titles in the Katie series. The stars in Vincent van Gogh's painting are so beautiful that Katie can't resist reaching in and taking one. But what will she do when all the other stars come tumbling out of the painting, too? Will Katie be able to catch the stars before the gallery guard notices they've floated away? The five Van Gogh masterpieces featured are:: The Starry Night Noon Vincent's Chair Fishing Boats on the Beach The Olive Grove

Reviews

A great way to introduce youngsters to Vincent van Gogh's genius Aldershot News & Mail Mayhew's illustrations are exquisite whether they are of van Gogh's masterpieces or his own story. A welcome addition to the Katie series, this deserves to be cherished The Scotsman A lovely way to discuss art with a child The Bookbag A great way to bring art to life for children and to help them understand and appreciate great paintings Parents In Touch An exciting way to teach children about art Baby & Me Cleverly done and beautifully illustrated Birmingham Post

About the Author

James Mayhew is a popular author/illustrator whose many books include the Katie books, published by Orchard and The Kingfisher Book of Tales from Russia. He lives in Hertfordshire with his wife and son.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

James Mayhew
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Author's Website

www.jamesmayhew.co.uk/

Publisher

Orchard Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

4th June 2015

ISBN

9781408332436


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