We’re All Works Of Art.

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If every work of art looked the same a trip to an art gallery might be quite a boring task. Thank goodness that they are so varied and the same applies to us.

Our bodies might all differ in shape, and form, and frame, but think how dull the world would be if we were all the same…

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If every work of art looked the same a trip to an art gallery might be quite a boring task. Thank goodness that they are so varied and the same applies to us.

Our bodies might all differ in shape, and form, and frame, but think how dull the world would be if we were all the same… Celebrate difference and diversity with this wonderful and beautiful book that tells children it’s OK to be different – in fact it’s perfect to be different. Told from the perspective of works of art, the book illustrates different styles and movements and demonstrates that there is no single masterpiece in galleries, or with people – we’re all works of art in our own special way.

Illustrated by the artist Rose Blake, and packed with different types of art on every page, the book also includes a handy beginners’ guide to the various styles of art – from prehistoric to cubist, ancient Egyptian to contemporary. Written by bestselling author, Mark Sperring, the text is lyrical, funny and perfect for reading aloud. Don’t forget – we are all works of art.

Every one of us is an original!

Mr Mole's Marvellous Ideas

Mr Mole absolutely loves to draw and paint. He thinks that looking at other people’s art is a great way to get inspired and enjoy each piece no matter what style they are. Art can be so many different things but we can enjoy it all for it’s differences…hang on, that’s just like people! Mr Mole is going to think about some of his favourite pieces of art and how they are similar and different to some of his favourite people. Can you do the same?

Larry's Learning Outcomes

Larry thinks that this book will help children to explore how people can respect and learn from others who may differ from themselves. The bright colours and the references to famous pieces of art will help to develop vocable to around shape and colour and the beautiful illustrations could lead on to some masterpieces of their own!

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