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Come Look With Me, Latin American Art

Come Look With Me Latin American Art Color reproductions of twelve masterpieces are accompanied by questions that encourage young readers to learn through visual exploration and interaction Works from artists such as Diego Rivera Mexico

  • Title: Come Look With Me, Latin American Art
  • Author: Kimberly Lane
  • ISBN: 9781890674205
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Color reproductions of twelve masterpieces are accompanied by questions that encourage young readers to learn through visual exploration and interaction Works from artists such as Diego Rivera Mexico , Fernando Botero Columbia , and Ramon Frade Puerto Rico are included Background information on the artist, the period, the medium, the technique, and the subject of theColor reproductions of twelve masterpieces are accompanied by questions that encourage young readers to learn through visual exploration and interaction Works from artists such as Diego Rivera Mexico , Fernando Botero Columbia , and Ramon Frade Puerto Rico are included Background information on the artist, the period, the medium, the technique, and the subject of the painting provide context

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    1. This is a wonderfully interactive book from the 2007-08 commended list. It contains 12 full page pieces of Latin American Art on the left side of the page. On the right side of the page there are questions to ask children about the painting (i.e. Do you think this is a real person? What parts of a house can you find in this painting?) as well as an artist biography with information about the artwork. I loved the interactive nature of this book. I loved reading the questions for children and thin [...]

    2. This is one from a series I can count on to captivate all of my children (at ages four, six, and nine). The discussion questions and info provided are relevant to what each kid is thinking as they look at the artworks. This title was just as vibrant and varied as the others (although, not having studied art history ever, I have no idea if they were biased or left out important stuff).

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