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Dreamer from the Village: The Story of Marc Chagall

Dreamer from the Village The Story of Marc Chagall Marc knew he was different from other boys He saw things they didn t see A beautiful introduction to the life and work of Marc ChagallIn the imagination of Marc Chagall all of life was an inspiration

  • Title: Dreamer from the Village: The Story of Marc Chagall
  • Author: Michelle Markel Emily Lisker
  • ISBN: 9780805063738
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Marc knew he was different from other boys He saw things they didn t see.A beautiful introduction to the life and work of Marc ChagallIn the imagination of Marc Chagall, all of life was an inspiration for the beautiful and strange pictures he created He painted people, farm animals, religious symbols, visions, and feelings in a way no other artist had attempted With vivMarc knew he was different from other boys He saw things they didn t see.A beautiful introduction to the life and work of Marc ChagallIn the imagination of Marc Chagall, all of life was an inspiration for the beautiful and strange pictures he created He painted people, farm animals, religious symbols, visions, and feelings in a way no other artist had attempted With vivid prose and exuberant illustrations this book chronicles the life of Marc Chagall born to a humble Jewish family in a Russian ghetto who became one of the most celebrated artists of the twentieth century.

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    1 thought on “Dreamer from the Village: The Story of Marc Chagall

    1. This is an informative and entertaining book about the life of the artist Marc Chagall. I did not know much about him before we read this book, so I learned as much as our girls did. The narrative isn't too long or overwhelming with details; it provides a general overview without going into many specifics. I would've liked to have seen more of his artwork, but the illustrations help to convey his style. Our girls love to draw and paint and I love to expose them to different styles of artwork. We [...]

    2. Perfect book to read to elementary students for art appreciation lessons about Marc Chagall. Tells the story of how and why Chagall became an artist mixed with a sprinkling of Jewish heritage which creates a fabulous bridge into discussions about Chagall's art.The discussions that children have about art are a huge chunk of the foundation for art appreciation, creativity and right-brain thinking.

    3. An excellent picture book biography of this famous artist. The illustrations are painted in his style, and there are also several cultural notes about the Russian Jewish culture in which Chagall grew up. (Nonfiction)

    4. This book is an actual artist and I think it would be fun to teach children about him and his life. Some of his artwork was used in it, but I wish more of it was in there. It could work in the classroom as a good art appreciation lesson.

    5. Hear a review by two cute children of Dreamer in the Village on The Book of Life podcast's February 2006 episode of jewishbooks.

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