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Vincent Paints His House

Tedd Arnold

Paperback

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Hardcover (7/20/2015)

Description

Vincent is ready to paint his house—but what color should it be?
 
He starts painting it white, but the spider says it's his house, and he likes red. The caterpillar says it's his house and he likes yellow. The beetle likes purple, and the bird likes blue.
 
Each color introduces a new variety of vibrant shades, filling Vincent’s palette with too many options.  But, creative genius that he is, Vincent finds a way to make everyone happy!
 
Blending his signature cartoonish style with the textures and color choices of a certain post-impressionist Vincent, Tedd Arnold has created a simple story about friendship and compromise which is also a quiet, charming introduction to one of the most famous painters of history.


Praise For Vincent Paints His House

* "So very Van Gogh and so very satisfying!"—Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review
 
"A beautiful opportunity to introduce children to an important historical artist."—Foreword Reviews
 
 "Arnold . . . uses a simple, engaging formula to introduce readers to different colors and reinforces this palette with appealing, cartoonish illustrations."—Booklist
 
 "Art teachers may find it a useful tool and fans of Arnold’s other work will welcome another opportunity for easy reading and deep looking."—School Library Journal

Holiday House, 9780823436866, 32pp.

Publication Date: July 30, 2016



About the Author

Tedd Arnold is the best-selling author-illustrator of the Fly Guy series, with two Theodor Seuss Geisel Award Honor books and more than 18.5 million books in print. He is author and illustrator of Dirty Gert and Fix This Mess!, an I Like to Read book. Tedd is co-author and illustrator of the Noodleheads series, including Noodleheads See the Future, a Theodor Seuss Geisel Award Honor Book, an American Library Association Notable Book, and winner of the American Folklore Society's Aesop Prize.