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Picasso + Monet Art Books for Kids

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Who loves a good Saturday Book Stack? It’s a new series on the blog I am starting! Here is just a little peek at some of the art books I have been collecting over the years of writing our Adventures in France. These book tiles are found in the book lists in our Adventures 1 to 5 Bundle! Check out our latest release:

Books found in today’s Saturday Book Stack:


This is Paris by M.Sask


Swirl by Swirl by Joyce Sidman


Linnea in Monet’s Garden by Christina Bjork 


The Magical Garden of Claude Monet by Laurence Anholt 


Monet Paints a Day by Julie Danneberg


Katie and the Waterlily Pond by James Mayhew


Picasso by Mike Venezia 


Paris in the Spring with Picasso by Joan Yolleck  


Picasso and Minou by P.I. Maltbie


Just Behave, Pablo Picasso by Jonah Winter

Picasso and the Girl with the Pony Tail by Laurence Anholt 


Where is the Eiffel Tower? by Dina Anastasio 

I’m so excited that our Final Week’s Study of Picasso, has just been release, and how you can enjoy the bundle of all 5 weeks plus our cookbook! The books found within our adventures are rich with stories, history, and fun lessons about art and culture in France for kids to enjoy and remember for years to come.

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” – Picasso

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