My Fingerpaint Masterpiece
My children and I LOVED this new book my Sherrill Cannon. I like how the child narrates the story is never identified as a boy or girl. There are many lessons in this book: self esteem, honesty, and perception. My 7 year old thought the most important lesson is to: “ Always put your name on your work. You might get famous and no one will know it is your work.”
Both of my children are talented artists. The youngest one often feels down because her 12 year old sister draws better. Sometimes she will cry and rip up her own artwork. She took away from this story that art is open to interpretation and the perception of others. When I ask her what she’s drawing she now asks “What do you see?”
Once again, Ms. Cannon, you have created a masterpiece!
Here is my 7 year old daughter, Genesis' masterpiece.
Genesis bets you and your children will not guess what it is. She hopes people will try to interpret her art like they did in the book, "My Fingerpaint Masterpiece." P.S. She forgot to sign her name!
The closest two answers will WIN either a paperback copy or kindle copy of "My Fingerpaint Masterpiece".
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