The Little Monet Discover the Wonderful Garden of Giverny by Catherine du Duve

The Little Monet Discover the Wonderful Garden of Giverny

Written by Catherine du Duve
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The Little Monet Discover the Wonderful Garden of Giverny by Catherine du Duve

Welcome to Monet's home at Giverny. Discover the big, lush flower garden. Stroll along the garden paths. Learn the flowers' names. Dress up in a Japanese kimono. Paint beach scenes with Monet. Go swimming in the Seine River on a hot summer day. Visit the first Impressionist art exhibit. Go for a ride in Monet's studio-boat. Have fun discovering the life, art, home, and garden of Monet. The first collection of art books for the whole family!

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32 pages


Catherine du Duve
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Publication date

1st November 2012



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