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Van Gogh and the Post-Impressionists for Kids: Their Lives and Ideas, 21 Activities (For Kids series) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-02-21 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 5 user ratings
ISBN:1569762759
LANGUAGE:English

" This is an excellent resource for students and teachers. Very well-written and exceptionally detailed, with creative projects for inspiring interest in art and art history. Loved it! " said.

" this book is awesome. As a big kid at heart, i thought it was an excellent set of activities and ways to educate about the impressionism years. I myself am definitely going to be making one of those shoebox peep boxes... " said.

" A wonderful book for children who love art and/or want to learn more. This book gives a more in-depth look at a few post-impressionist artists and their work. I liked the activities listed in the book for kids - but I would definitely say it is aimed more towards children 8 years old and up. The "Art Detective" spotlights were great in showing you how to "spot" a painting by a certain artist. " said.

"I think you'd need to ask a kid about this book, as I thought the text was quite comfortable for an adult reader. I learned quite a bit -- the book doesn't pull any punches when talking about Van Gogh's battle with mental illness, and yet, nothing is inappropriate for a child. I'd probably recommend reading this with your child so that you could discuss topics like this.

The activities were clearly kid-focused.

I've finished the Van Gogh part of the book, and I'm now reading about the post-Impressionists.
" said.

" This is an excellent resource for students and teachers. Very well-written and exceptionally detailed, with creative projects for inspiring interest in art and art history. Loved it! " said.

" this book is awesome. As a big kid at heart, i thought it was an excellent set of activities and ways to educate about the impressionism years. I myself am definitely going to be making one of those shoebox peep boxes... " said.

" A wonderful book for children who love art and/or want to learn more. This book gives a more in-depth look at a few post-impressionist artists and their work. I liked the activities listed in the book for kids - but I would definitely say it is aimed more towards children 8 years old and up. The "Art Detective" spotlights were great in showing you how to "spot" a painting by a certain artist. " said.

"I think you'd need to ask a kid about this book, as I thought the text was quite comfortable for an adult reader. I learned quite a bit -- the book doesn't pull any punches when talking about Van Gogh's battle with mental illness, and yet, nothing is inappropriate for a child. I'd probably recommend reading this with your child so that you could discuss topics like this.

The activities were clearly kid-focused.

I've finished the Van Gogh part of the book, and I'm now reading about the post-Impressionists.
" said.

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