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RE: Literature suggestions for elem.
[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Kimberly Anne Herbert
Tue, 29 Jun 1999 17:38:54 -0500
At the Children's Art Museum we have a library of over 500 picture books.
The books are chosen both for their story and Illustrations. We consider the
Picture books to be our collection of artwork, and yes the kids get to use
them. In 5 years we have on lost 2 books to damage. I would be happy to send
you our list either snail mail or email (Microsoft works 4.5 database 82KB).
e-mail me off list at kimberly
, include your snail mail addy if you
want it sent that way. The books are grouped in broad categories Reference,
Storybook, Picture Book, Art (books about artists, idea books, or books
illustrated with art mainly poetry), and Early Readers. The data base also
includes author, illustrator, and subject and can be sorted.
Kimberly Herbert, CAM Administrator
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts and Children's Art Museum
Mailing Address: One Love Street San Angelo, TX 76903
Physical Address: 1st Floor Historic Cactus Hotel, 36 E. Twohig San Angelo,
Phone: 915 659- 4391
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Sent: Saturday, June 26, 1999 3:21 PM
Subject: Literature suggestions for elem.
I will be switching to the elementary level from middle school in September.
I am looking for suggestions of children's books that can be tied to art
lessons so I can start building a collection over the summer. I'm not that
familiar with children's literature (yet!). I have already gotten The Art
Lesson by Tomie dePaola, Hailstones and Halibut Bones by Mary O'Neill, The
Color Wizard by Barbara Brenner, and Mouse Paint by Ellen Stohl Walsh. Any