Touch the Art: Catch Picasso's Rooster
Like most children, painters throughout history have loved animals—and this gallery of delightfully touchable creatures showcases a menagerie of artistic beasts. Little hands will enjoy stroking a red feather on Picasso’s The Rooster, feeling soft fleece in Milton Avery’s Sheep, 1952, and petting a kitten’s whiskers in Henri Rousseau’s The Tabby. They can even smell a scra...more
Board Book, 20 pages
Published November 3rd 2009 by Sterling
(first published 2009)
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Quick, Fun Read. I really liked that the title of the painting and the artist's name was underneath each painting. I skipped the last two pages with more detailed information on each artist. The size is a little bigger than a typical board book which was nice as it allowed more space for the paintings.
This is my 3-year-old's favorite book. (And that's saying a lot because she loves books). It goes with us in the car and to many of our daily activities. The paintings genuinely appeal to her, and to me it says that you're never too young to appreciate good art.