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Pablo Picasso: Breaking All the Rules: Breaking All the Rules (Smart About Art)
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Manufacturer: Grosset & Dunlap
Average Customer Rating: Average rating of 4.5/5Average rating of 4.5/5Average rating of 4.5/5Average rating of 4.5/5Average rating of 4.5/5

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Binding: Paperback
Dewey Decimal Number: 709.2
EAN: 9780448428628
ISBN: 0448428628
Label: Grosset & Dunlap
Manufacturer: Grosset & Dunlap
Number Of Items: 1
Number Of Pages: 32
Publication Date: 2002-12-30
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap
Reading Level: Ages 4-8
Studio: Grosset & Dunlap

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Editorial Reviews:

Simon Packard didn't always want to do his artist report on Pablo Picasso, but after his twin brother Stephen does a report on Monet-Simon's favorite artist-Simon chooses Picasso by default! Throughout, there are reproductions of Pablo Picasso's masterpieces as well as Simon's own drawings, and wonderful nuggets of info that will appeal to kids.


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Summary: Making art fun for children
Comment: This book is great for an adult trying to understand Picasso's art from a child's perspective. It does not try to be esoteric but instead keeps things simple which was helpful to me as I prepared for a discussion on Picasso with elementary school students.

Customer Rating: Average rating of 4/5Average rating of 4/5Average rating of 4/5Average rating of 4/5Average rating of 4/5
Summary: Interesting facts but some inappropriate content for childre
Comment: This book was a great resource - I had to do an Exploring Arts project on Picasso for both a 3rd grade class and a 1st grade class. I was able to read this book to the 3rd grade class with omitting 4 - 5 pages, but it was definitely not appropriate for 1st graders. During the blue period section, it says that Picasso was depressed because his best friend committed suicide and that Picasso had used (and I quote) "tramps and drunks" as his subjects! It also has a few too many visuals that are better left to older eyes. That being said, it did have some great facts that I hadn't seen anywhere else and the Children REALLY liked this book.


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