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Ramon loses confidence in his ability to draw, but his sister gives him a new perspective on things.
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A Ramón le encanta dibujar. Un día su hermano le ve dibujando un jarrón y se ríe de él. Desde entonces, empieza a intentar hacer el jarrón perfecto, pero no le sale, y y se frustra, y cada dibujo termina arrugado en una bola de papel. Ya no disfruta tanto de su arte y de su hobby. Sin embargo, un día descubre que su hermana ha guardado cada uno de sus dibujos como auténticas obras de arte. Un libro que nos enseña que no hay que ser tan autoexigente y que debemos disfrutar de lo que hacemos y del proceso de hacerlo. Así conseguiremos que esos "casi" (ish) resultados sean igual de buenos y maravillosos que si fueran perfectos. ( )
  Thamix | Oct 26, 2020 |
Oh.

My.

Goodness.

This is the perfect book.

I'm not crying, you're crying.

❤️ ( )
  katelynreads | Jun 30, 2020 |
teaching points: don't let perfection deter you from doing what you love, keep trying because you never know who is applauding, admiring or appreciating your work.
genre: fiction ( )
  jarnswald | May 20, 2020 |
Ramon loved to draw anything, anytime, and anywhere. One day when Ramon was drawing a picture, his brother made fun of his drawing. Ramon gave up. His little sister had been picking up his crumpled drawings and hanging them on her wall. This is when Ramon realized he was still a good artist. His sister told him that his picture looked "vase-ISH" which is where the title of the story comes. Ramon took what his sister said, ran with it, and began drawing many "Ish" pictures. The illustrations are very simple but convey the story in a great way. The story also shows kids that just because you are not like everyone else does not mean you should stop trying. ( )
  H_Miller | Mar 16, 2020 |
As suggested by my classmate, Olivia, I found this book to be sweet as can be. A young boy's opinion of his art becomes tested when an older brother makes an unkind remark. Struggling to find his inner artist, many of his drawings are crumpled up and thrown away-- or so we think. We later learn that his sister, who's loved his art all along, has hung them up in her room. ( )
  NDeBlieux | Apr 25, 2019 |
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