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Seen Art? af Jon Scieszka
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Seen Art? (udgave 2005)

af Jon Scieszka, Lane Smith (Illustrator)

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While looking for his friend Art, a boy wanders through the Museum of Modern Art and is amazed by what he discovers there.
Medlem:pathornsbury
Titel:Seen Art?
Forfattere:Jon Scieszka
Andre forfattere:Lane Smith (Illustrator)
Info:Viking Juvenile (2005), Edition: Fourth Printing, Hardcover, 48 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:Art

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Through a silly misunderstanding this book teaches about interpretation of art. Some people might think one thing is art while others think another is art. In the same way one person might think the meaning behind an art piece is different than what another person interpreted it is. This book really promotes critical thinking from the reader. If you take t at face value you might just laugh about how the main characters friends name was art and everybody in the story thought he was talking about art as in paintings or sculptures the whole time. If we put on our critical thinking caps though we might find a different message from the author about art and it could even differ from what I thought about it being interpretation. ( )
  JacquelynLochner | Mar 24, 2020 |
I loved this hilarious yet informational book about the subjective, expansive nature of art. The story is about a young boy who is looking for his friend Art. As he asks around for his friend, he is taken through an art museum called MoMA. As he is taken through this museum, he encounters many different forms of art and presented with many different reasons as to why these pieces of art are appreciated so much. The young boy eventually finds his friend named Art and proceeds to show him what art is all about. I loved the fact that this book contains actual art pieces to take the reader through the wide variety of art presented to the main character. The horizontal orientation of the book was really effective in a way that made the setting feel like a wide open museum. I also loved how the writing style changed along with the different pieces of art it was describing. This book was clever and fun, and I recommend it as an introduction to defining art for young children. ( )
  BeauLou | Nov 29, 2018 |
What a great way to introduce kids to art!!! We loved this book and could easily go through it multiple times. ( )
  lissabeth21 | Oct 3, 2017 |
This is a good example contemporary realistic fiction because of the realistic confusion that happens with the name art. I love that the characters are drawn a little funky and that the art is just how it is in real life. Mixed media
  rwild13 | Mar 3, 2016 |
I thought this was an excellent book. I feel like a Dadaist wrote this children's book. Seen Art? is about a boy who is just looking for his friend whose name happens to be "Art". The entire book is a misunderstanding. People throughout the book show him famous works of art by famous artist, and humorously the boy says this isn't art. This book builds in art appreciation in a humorous way. ( )
  Sleco | Nov 2, 2015 |
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