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Art & Max by David Wiesner
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Oct 15, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: picture-books

Love, love, love this book! David Wiesner's illustration is always amazing, and this one is no exception. Arthur is some sort of lizard hanging out in the desert, painting his fellow reptiles when Max, another lizard, decides that he wants to paint, too. Dumbfounded, Max asks Art what he should paint, and Art says, "Well, you could paint me." Max immediately splashes a spectrum of colors all over Art's body, leaving him rainbow-hued. Water only makes matters worse by erasing all of Art's color, and his outline soon unwinds as he tries to walk away from Max. Max must reassmble Art and re-color him, which leads to a beautiful new look for the grumpy lizard.

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