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Download â PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free à Julie Merberg L delight little ones Playful rhyming texts accompany the artists timeless paintings in this little masterpie. This book has a different Van Gogh painting on each page Along with a painting is a rhyming text that uses imagery to describe the paintings This book is great because it uses famous paintings to help develop a knowledge of imageryThe back of the book also gives information on each of the paintings in the book when it was done the title where it is located now museum

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In the Garden with Van Gogh Read & download ´ 102 ↠ With a narrative that will entertain art lovers of all ages this new board book is a fun way to introduce young children to fine art The sleepy trees golden haystacks and juicy fruits of In the Garden with Van Gogh will delight little ones Playful rhyming texts accompany the arti With a narrative that will entertain art lovers of all ages this new board book is a fun way to introduce you. I adore Van Gogh and I think this board book was wonderfully put together I enjoyed that it rhymed and loved seeing Van Goghs paintings

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In the Garden with Van GoghNg children to fine art The sleepy trees golden haystacks and juicy fruits of In the Garden with Van Gogh wil. It's nice to find a board book that introduces higher culture to very young children This one presents ten of Vincent Van Gogh's most famous paintings Sunflowers Irises Haystacks in Provence Olive Grove The Sower The Reaper After Millet First Steps After Millet Women Picking Olives The Siesta and The Starry Night along with simple rhyming text This could be a great addition to a toddler's library but the text is very choppy bringing the ideas in the paintings together very loosely It's a good read alone for preverbal toddlers but is annoying for adults to read aloud It might have been better to simply introduce the paintings by name and leave it at that