"Pictures are beautiful!! Loved showing this book in my young toddlers classroom. Other teachers in the daycare ask to borrow it, Great book for 2 and up learning about being creative ,paint, paper, crayons etc." Susan J Maggi said.
"I purchased this for my grandchildren, ages 3 and 6 who are coming to visit me next month. I like the presentation a lot and am so anxious to see how they react." sandra williams said.
"This is an art book for no one. Its beyond me how the works were selected for this book - random would have been a better method. The writing is asinine - painful to read to a child when you understand what the author is so poorly trying to communicate but that no child would have any idea about. Terrible, horrible, no good book." concerned citizen 451 said.
"The artwork so far was not what I expected. I expected more familiar pieces in there. But I've ordered some other art books that will have more of those in them. What I love about this book and feel it was a wonderful choice to add to our library is that as a homeschooling mom who is not an art major - was to have a book that would help guide me. Just on the first page the four seasons discussion and how it was presented prompted a long and fun and even surprisingly deep conversation between my 5 year old son and I. He is very artistic already. The book poised questions in a way to engage a child and bring art into their critical thinking. It shouldn't be your only art book. But it should be in your library if you have little ones. I also have Book 2 of this on my shelf." Stormy Meadows said.
"Great starter book, smaller kids will enjoy photos and as their reading skills improve, they will appreciate more over time. My 2.5 year old loves this book!" Jennifer Martin said.
"Donated to school library in memory of a Dad who passed away. His daughter loved the book." Lisa A. Patterson said.