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Love (Peek-a-Boo Art)

Amy Guglielmo, Julie Appel

Novelty book

List Price: 9.99*
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Description

Introduce little ones to famous works of art in this peek-through board book full of love and cuddles!

I'll squeeze you close, and trace your toes.
Then kiss you on your tiny nose.
I'll sketch your dreams and hold you tight,
Then kiss your cheek and say goodnight.


Spark curiosity, joy, and learning with Peek-a-Boo Art and discover the perfect art introduction for every child and every home. The perfect book for bedtime, baby showers, Valentine's Day, birthdays, and all throughout the year, this love-themed board book provides a gentle look at some of the most beloved, accessible, and well-known artwork in history. Soothing text is combined with vibrant colors and peek-through pages, and a die-cut on every spread hints at an exciting clue to the art on the next page, keeping little ones (and caregivers!) engaged as each page becomes a magical, peek-through reveal. Light back matter provides additional historical information about the featured artwork and artists, including Keith Haring, Mary Cassatt, Diego Rivera, Henri Matisse, and more!

Peek-a-Boo Art offers an exciting introduction to diverse pieces of artwork, builds creative vocabulary, and celebrates the importance of imagination and art in young readers!

Cartwheel Books, 9781338324976, 24pp.

Publication Date: November 10, 2020



About the Author

Amy Guglielmo currently resides in Plattsburgh, New York, and Costa Rica where she is an artist, designer and the author of the bestselling Touch the Art series for children, as well as the recently published Pocket Full of Colors, from Simon and Schuster. In addition to writing about art, artists, and makers, she is a painter, teacher, and supporter of arts education for children of all ages.



Julie Appel is a fine and performing arts enthusiast. After practicing law in NYC for many years, Julie decided to devote more time to pursue her passion for writing. Now a full-time writer, she lives in NYC with her husband and two children.