Art to Make You Smile! by Elizabeth Newbury
  

Art to Make You Smile!

Written by Elizabeth Newbury
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RRP £10.99

Synopsis

Art to Make You Smile! by Elizabeth Newbury

Here are eight works of art which are guaranteed to bring a smile to your face. Squashy cheeseburgers, grumpy monkeys, a terrific snowball fight - be ready for anything in this intriguing and amusing introduction to world art. A new and fresh way for children to look at world art. It includes a 2-page information spread about the artists and each painting. The book features art from all over the world and many historical periods. It examines all different art styles including paintings, prints and crafts.

Reviews

Accessible and informative. || A wonderful and amusing introduction to the idea that art is made about all kinds of things.

About the Author

Elizabeth Newbery trained at Bath Academy of Fine Art and has made a career out of writing for children about art. She also writes for museums and galleries, producing teacher's resources and children's guide books. This is her first book for Frances Lincoln.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
24 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Elizabeth Newbury
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Publisher

Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd

Publication date

1st June 2007

ISBN

9781845075835


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