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eBook Bear's Picture download

by Daniel Pinkwater

eBook Bear's Picture download ISBN: 0525441026
Author: Daniel Pinkwater
Publisher: Dutton Books for Young Readers (March 26, 1984)
Language: English
Pages: 39
ePub: 1994 kb
Fb2: 1790 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Arts Music and Photography

Bear makes a grand champion for all young artists. it wouldn't hurt for certain grown-ups to hear this message. Daniel Pinkwater lives with his wife, the illustrator and novelist Jill Pinkwater, and several dogs and cats in a very old farmhouse in New York’s Hudson River Valley.

Bear makes a grand champion for all young artists. Imaginative illustrations from a notable ursine stylis. end pizzazz to this reillustrated 1972 bear-centric tale.

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A bear wants to paint a picture, and so he does; however, two fine, proper gentlemen don’t think that it is a very fine picture at all. But just because they don’t see what the bear sees doesn’t make it a bad picture.

by. Pinkwater, Daniel Manus, 1941-. Painting - Fiction, Bears - Fiction. Boston : Houghton Mifflin Company.

Bear in Love by Daniel Pinkwater, illus Will Hillenbrand, Candlewick . The ever-lovable Daniel Pinkwater spins a funny and sweetly offbeat story. Bunny and Bear illustrations from my picture book dummy

Bear in Love by Daniel Pinkwater, illus Will Hillenbrand, Candlewick - Could the bear have a secret friend? Who is leaving him surprises? The ever-lovable Daniel Pinkwater spins a funny and sweetly offbeat story. One morning, the bear finds something just outside his cave. A charming little mystery about unexpected kindnesses and finding that extra-special someone. Written by Daniel Pinkwater, illustrated by Will Hillenbrand. Bear in Love is a sweet book. Bunny and Bear illustrations from my picture book dummy.

Now the bear (wearing an increasingly spattered scarf) and his exaggeratedly dapper .

Now the bear (wearing an increasingly spattered scarf) and his exaggeratedly dapper tormentors appear in grayscale around a bright semi-abstract canvas that develops, as pages turn, from a hazy smudge of blues and oranges into a lyrical evocation of leaves and water around a cozy hollow lo. Pinkwater’s terse 1972 tale of an ursine painter who stoutly defends his right to create against the sneers of two critics ( fine, proper gentlemen, as the text has it) gets a major visual boost from new illustrations in this reissue.

Daniel Pinkwater turns art (and art critics) upside down in this classic tale, now beautifully reillustrated by D. B. Johnson.

Nick and Maxine live in a tall building with one apartment on top of another.

Los Angeles, California. Nick and Maxine live in a tall building with one apartment on top of another. So when they look out their window and see a little house they never knew was there, of course they must visit (especially when their parents tell them not to!).

Daniel Pinkwater turns art (and art critics) upside down in this classic tale, now beautifully reillustrated by .

A bear wants to paint a picture, and so he does; however, two fine, proper gentlemen don’t think that it is a. .Daniel Pinkwater turns art (and art critics) upside down in this classic tale, now beautifully reillustrated by D. But just because they don’t see what the bear sees doesn’t make it a bad picture, right? Daniel Pinkwater turns art (and art critics) upside down in this classic tale, now beautifully reillustrated by D.

A bear continues to paint what he likes despite criticism from two passing gentlemen.
Comments: (7)
Qwne
Several reviewers have done a wonderful job describing this book and the lessons it teaches. I just want to add that it is a GREAT book to READ ALOUD to a class of PK-grade 2 (or older) children. I shared this book with several pre-Kindergarten classes and they loved it. Before reading it, I had to explain various words like fine, proper, top hat, and gentlemen -- and how the men may not have been such gentlemen.
What I loved was hearing the first child exclaim when the gentlemen started to disappear into the bear's picture. Then, they were all spellbound as I continued reading and the gentlemen continued to disappear into the picture. On the 2-page spread before the final page, the bear lies down to admire his painting and I rotated the book to follow the bear's words. Then, I waited for the children to begin shouting that the bear had painted himself. After that, I had to let each class study the painting to compare it with the bear and how he was dressed. Incidentally, make what you will of this -- the gentlemen's hats became the bear's ears! Don't miss the final page where the bear curls up in the log that he described earlier in the book.
I can't imagine a more clever set of illustrations and would love to find a copy of the original book (1972) to compare -- especially since one of the reviewers prefers the original illustrations.
Malak
It's a great way to look at the layers of elements that make a painting abstract. My daughter and I enjoyed finding the different things in Bear's painting. The book is great way to communicate how art can reflect one's interests and experiences without having to be a "neat" literal picture of them. Nice work!
Llbery
I was given this book as a gift for my two children. When my son began Kindergarten, I brought a copy in to read for his birthday and left it with the classroom. It is a simple story that the kids can follow, plus the art is really neat and different. I love the message it sends that anyone can be an artist in their own way, which the teacher really appreciated too.
Windworker
A wonderfully illustrated book with an excellent message! It's fun to read, too, and one of my son's favorites (since he was 2). We often give it as a gift.
Arashigore
As an artist this is one of m all time favorite books although I like the art better in the earlier addition. My kids and grandkids all loved this. Took it to their preschool as a teaching tool. Just wonderful.
Alsanadar
I love that this book focuses on the individuality that artists have, and shows a young audience that it's alright to ignore the criticism of people would would try to tell you that your art isn't good enough. I absolutely love DB Johnson's illustrations. There's nothing quite as nice as his blocky bright prints.
Doomredeemer
This was our son's favorite book. He actually drew the pictures from the book himself as a young child. We both preferred the original illustrations, but that is no longer available, so we purchased this version for his daughter. The message in the story is what is most important anyway and that is timeless.
I dearly remember this book from my childhood and was so happy to find it on amazon.