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catsuit_mango
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The local urban sketchers group was meeting at the library today, so i went tried and mostly failed to represent what I saw, but I came back with 3 books, 2 on my list and 1 to try my hand at haiku's again.

dabbe I think it‘s lovely. 🤩🤩🤩 4w
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Kshakal
The Dot | Peter H. Reynolds
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awesome 👏🏻 🎨 1mo
Eggs Perfection 🎨 💛 🖌️ 1mo
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Read4life
Harold and the Purple Crayon | Crockett Johnson
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dabbe My favorite picture book as a child! 💜💜💜 4mo
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AbstractMonica
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In between books rn lol but went to our local Oktoberfest and got this awesome caricature of my husband and I 😂

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LexiPrice
The Dot | Peter H. Reynolds

“The blue mixed with the yellow. She discovered that she could make a GREEN dot. Vashti kept experimenting. Lots of little dots in many colors.“

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LexiPrice
The Dot | Peter H. Reynolds

This has always been one of my favorite books since I was younger because I felt like I was bad at drawing and my art teacher inspired me. She made me feel like I was amazing when in reality I'm not good.

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LexiPrice
The Dot | Peter H. Reynolds
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The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds was a picture book that was published in 2003. The young girl in this tale despises art class because she believes she isn't good at drawing. Her inventiveness soars once her teacher gently advises her to start with a single dot. The narrative honors everyone's creative soul. The use of color is important in reading this because the colors express her emotions so we can see how she is feeling.

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Macey_Mitchell
Chalk | Bill Thomson
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The illustrator uses such immense detail and clarity in the illustrations throughout this book. The illustrations appear as if they were photos taken by a camera. The colors in the illustrations do a great job helping to depict the mood of the characters as well as the setting. The presence of texture is also noticeable throughout the book creating the effect that the reader can imagine just how an object would feel if it were to be touched.

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Macey_Mitchell
Chalk | Bill Thomson

This wordless picture book depicts the endless adventures that can occur with the use of an active imagination.