The Art of Miss Chew – Children’s Book Review

The Art of Miss Chew by artist and writer Patricia Polacco would make any artist proud. It is interesting that Polacco’s books keep popping up and into my collection, the illustrations and stories have an honest and purposeful message.

In The Art of Miss Chew Trisha (Patricia Polacco) a girl tells her story of how art was a gift of her’s and that reading was a bit of a challenge. In her story she introduces two teachers that help direct her to where she is today.

Enjoy the wonderful facial expressions and the colourful art room decor.

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About artist and illustrator

I'm a textile artist, resourceful and excited about making things. Dog walks with my pooch "Charlie" is inspiring and an opportunity to develop ideas from nature and people whom we meet on our strolls. There is a story behind my art making, it's in the series, I don't make just one but many from the same idea, but! not one will look like the other, each piece of art is "one-of-a-kind".
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2 Responses to The Art of Miss Chew – Children’s Book Review

  1. Linda Cote says:

    I also love Patricia Polacco’s books. The illustrations are so charming and beautifully expressed!

    • Art and Picture Framing says:

      Hi L,
      Polacco is a great artist and story teller, I love the facial expressions in this book, they are so believable.
      Thanks for staying in touch.

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