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Review: The Great Art Treasure Hunt

The Great Art Treasure Hunt

The Great Art Treasure Hunt: I Spy Red, Yellow, and Blue

by Doris Kutschbach

Find it at: Your Library | Your Local Bookstore

Published: Prestel (September 13, 2013)

Recommended Reading Age: 5 & up

In a Nutshell: If you’ve been a somewhat regular SFCT reader, you’re probably well aware of my love of all things art. Especially, art education. When the new artsy books arrive at the library I get a little grabby (MINE!), and once I’ve devoured them I love to their sing praises. The Great Art Treasure Hunt: I Spy Red, Yellow, and Blue is a keeper. The I Spy concept is a wonderful way to gain interest and provide an introduction to famous visual art pieces from various art movements around the world. A key for each picture is located in the back of the book, along with information about the work of art and its creator. Take a looksie:

The Great Art Treasure Hunt

The Great Art Treasure Hunt

The Great Art Treasure Hunt

The Great Art Treasure Hunt

The Great Art Treasure Hunt

The Great Art Treasure Hunt

You never know what you might find in the details! Also, be sure to check out The Great Art Treasure Hunt: I Spy with My Little Eye for even more artsy fartsy fun!

Extras: A list of interactive art websites for kids

Source of Book Reviewed: My local library!

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