From School Library Journal
Kenneth Marantz, Art Education Department, Ohio State University, Columbus
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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If you are not ready to explain homosexuality to your child, either be prepared to redact with a black marker, or better yet, just don't buy this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Suzanne Mitchell
Informative and enjoyable! Sometime artists are labeled misfits...well after listening to the book on CD...I guess so.
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Easy read for young adults but informative and enjoying for all! :)Published 14 months ago by Dynamite
I bought this series for my elementary library for fourth grade students to do research using. I had to move it into our professional collection because although it appears to be... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Mary LaPointe
I thought this would be appropriate for young readers to get interested in the artists. It is clearly meant for an older group of readers than 8 year olds.Published 19 months ago by Jean Eves
We got this, initially, from the library and had to return it before reading it. I read through the foreward, though, and thought the book sounded so good that I bought it off... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Michelle
This series of books is great for elementary school kids. I bought the series for child's teacher.Published 22 months ago by Sbdomingues
This book provides some insight into the quirkier aspects of the lives of some of the most famous artists. Read morePublished on August 19, 2014 by Memphis Mom