All I See

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All I See

All I See A child paints with an artist friend who sees and paints only whales

  • Title: All I See
  • Author: Cynthia Rylant
  • ISBN: 9780531057773
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A child paints with an artist friend who sees and paints only whales.

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    1. Katie Ewing on said:

      This book is about a little boy that stumbles upon an older man painting by a lake. The older man only paints whales on his canvas. When the older man goes out on his boat to travel around the lake, the boy went up and painted a picture on the blank canvas. The little boy was nervous to stay, so he ran away before the man could come back. The man left the boy notes like “I liked your picture” and “Please stay”. The boy eventually stayed and met the man. The nice man bought the boy a canv [...]

    2. Alyssa Bloom on said:

      This book is a great example of facing your fears. It shows you need to believe in yourself and how good things will come from it. He built a friendship from facing the fears he had about his artwork.

    3. Teresa on said:

      This was a serene book that is about a developing relationship between an artist and a young curious boy. Their relationship eventually grows into a friendship and apprenticeship when the artist teaches the young boy how to be an artist. The illustrators medium used in the story is water color. This story gave me a sense of serenity and calmness. I love painting; especially nature. I enjoyed how the book encourages its reader to use their imagination when it comes to painting. Just because you a [...]

    4. Tara Geske on said:

      I thought this book would be a good book to read aloud to students. It has beautiful pictures and it shows that adults and children can have friendships. At the end of the book, Charlie doesn't know what he will end up drawing, but he knows one day he will be like Gregory who really loves to draw one thing. I could ask the students what they think Charlie will draw, or what would each student draw if they were in Charlie's position.

    5. Restokes92 on said:

      This is a book about a boy who develops a friendship with an adult artist and he discovers the creative and imaginative side of himself. I think this book would be a great read aloud for my class especially when it comes to imaging. The students could imagine the illustrations before they are shown the wonderful ones in the book.

    6. R.L. on said:

      This has got to be one of my all time favorite picture books. Perhaps it is because I'm an artist that I enjoyed it so much. I see this story about the artist as a story about a man who sees beyond the mundane. And he helps a small child to see what he sees. Lovely illustrations by Peter Catalanotto.

    7. Yingwen on said:

      After reading the book, I felt a sense of serenity and was moved by the genuine friendship between the adult artist and the young boy. All the paintings that the artist paints comes from his imagination. The young boy must learn a lesson about painting what he believes rather than just what he sees. Many beauties go beyond the mundane world. I love this book!

    8. Elizabeth on said:

      This is an older book, but it is worth a second look. It has lovely pictures and it is about Gregory, a painter, who takes Charlie, an aspiring painter, under his wing. It reminds us how we learn from those who have gone before!

    9. Carissa Worm on said:

      This lesson would be great to teach children to be proud of their work/art, and to know that time only brings perfection. It is also a good lesson on finding what you love and going for it. I also feel like the art was beautiful and went along perfectly with the writing.

    10. Christina on said:

      Really good for inspiring my kids to make art from their imagination.

    11. Teri on said:

      Good story about a man teaching a boy to paint. Nice illustrations, and inspiring.

    12. ah on said:

      it was a beautiful art piece. I loved it! this is a perfect book. :) Yei, Cynthia rylant, wonderful author LoL

    13. Kelsey on said:

      This was a harder book for me to read/listen to and follow along with. Mainly aimed at grades preschool to third or fourth grade.

    14. Jim on said:

      a beautifully done picture book about the nature and nurture of art

    15. Marjorie Cummings on said:

      A young boy notices a man painting by a lake. They become friends and the man teaches the boy to paint and awakens his artistic vision.

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