Book: The Busy Artist by Kristi Nielsencategories: Book, Learn Concepts, Days of Week, Easy Kids Books, Children's Books, Funny Books, Early Reader, Kid's Books, Canadian Books, Kids Picture Books, Children's Book
Kristi Nielsenabout this book: Learn the days of the week. Whimsical art is fun for little children. An artist can change the colors of animals and can create a unique world. If skunks were pink would they still stink? More than anything, there's imagination.
It has very few words per page, making it easy for young children to listen to adults reading it. This also makes it an easy book for an early reader. Older children will learn the days of the week, included in the storyline.
The Busy Artist is an ideal first book for young children. Even before a toddler is ready to listen to a book, the illustrations are fun and engage toddlers and pre-school children alike.
Learn the days of the week with The Busy Artist
The Busy Artist makes learning the days of the week fun. Learning the days of the week comes naturally as it is part of the storyline, as the reader follows the easy flow that engages young minds.
The Busy Artist connects to the artistic talent every child has inside them, and this vibrant picture book from Kristi Nielsen will help children celebrate their inner artist. The artist in this book paints the world as he sees it, just like a child. There's a red crow, an orange goose, a green giraffe and a polka-dotted llama. There is a pink skunk.
Filled with some of the most magnificent animals, The Busy Artist is a tribute to the creative life celebrates the power of art. The illustrations are full of hidden objects such as insects, animals and birds. This provides young children with an opportunity to notice detail. Even before a child is old enough to listen to or engage with the story the artwork is interesting and engaging.
The Busy Artist helps children learn the names of common animals and birds. While the animals portrayed in The Busy Artist, are common animals, some of them have been granted special features, such as wings on the kangaroo. This encourages children to celebrate their creativity and imagination.
Two-year-olds can appreciate the detail and humour in the illustrations. This book will engage toddlers and two-year-olds, and inspire very young children to memorize or learn to read the story, due to the stories simplicity. Three and four-year-olds will enjoy learning the days of the week. Suitable for early readers
The book features 32 pages of colourful animal pictures and highlights the days of the week. Learning the days of the week become a simple process, as young children will want to look at the whimsical artistic renditions of common animals. The Busy Artist is a fun book to read to your young child.
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