Fancy Nancy , Aspiring artist
Fancy Nancy is a 2005 children's picture book written by Jane O'Connor and illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser.
Fancy Nancy is a young girl with a larger-than-life personality, who adores all things fancy. She always dresses extravagantly, wearing boas, tutus, ruby slippers, fairy wings, and fuzzy slippers. Nancy loves using big fancy words such as "iridescent", "ecstatic", and "extraordinary" and anything in French. She has redecorated her bedroom with everyday items, such as feather boas, Christmas lights, paper flowers, and hats.
The book spent nearly 100 weeks on the New York Times Best Seller list, launching a series that now numbers upwards of 80 books, selling 43 million volumes.
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The paper doll below is my child's favorite item.
In the Fancy Nancy series, I and my daughter really like "Aspiring artist".
Because this book contains the process of getting to know the main character, Nancy Fancy, and artists such as Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, Henri Matisse and Jackson Pollock and their works.
Raising a 5-year-old child, I want to tell a story about painters and their works, but the author of this book seems to know how to explain from a child's point of view.
About Claude Monet
Post-Impressionist painters, including Monet, refused to work in the studio and went out with an easel. They rejected the traditional academic apprenticeships and worked that they had been taught by following the their method. They painted freely, capturing objects and feelings that change with time and light. And to get this freedom and sensibility, they went out to the fields and the sea. Their passion and effort are well explained from children's point of view.
This is a book that you must read at least once before going to an art museum with your child if your child is starting to be interested in art.
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