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Art and Max by David Wiesner (5-Mar-2015)

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  • David Wiesner(Author)
  • Andersen Press (5 Mar. 2015) (1600)
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  • By Marisa R. Bennett on April 25, 2014

    I own almost all of David Wiesner's books. He is a phenomenal talent, whose books are so creative. Each is very different, but all that I have obtained my grandson (age six when we started reading Wiesner) and I have cherished. In my opinion, this is the best one to introduce to a child. It is delightful, curious, and so different from the typical boring kids' books. If you are an artist, you must own this book.

  • By Lois Reborne on May 6, 2017

    A fun book. Weisner is a master at creating a sense of wonder. 7 year old birthday boy enjoyed reading the dialogue, figuring out the bigger words and looking at the details in the pictures. He wanted to read it again immediately, so he could be the other character. His takeaway was that "sometimes you mess up and it turns out cool." We imagined who the other characters were and what they might be saying. A worthy addition to his library.

  • By J-Ro on June 2, 2011

    I have to start by saying the 3 stars are from me. My 4-year old actually seems to like this book quite a bit. The story is odd and requires a lot of explanation from me to my little guy in order to work. It's very strange, and Art's transformation in the end is over kids' heads. As an adult, I get what Wiesner is going for ... I think. But I don't think kids will get how Art (Arthur) is transformed (into a Pollack-like abstract artist) by his experience essentially being erased and re-created by Max. But I will say the artwork is stunning. Absolutely stunning. And creative. And clever. But the story is just ... odd.

  • By Kay on October 15, 2016

    Great illustrations and story line. It's a perfect story for that creative one in your family that seems to want to go against the status quo.

  • By Krich on March 22, 2011

    My 9 year old son read this book in school and so when I brought it home he had already read it. That did not stop him from being very excited about the book and both he and his younger sister enjoyed reading it themselves. It is the kind of book that a young child would enjoy as the illustrations are very good and there are not a great deal of words. However, older children still enjoy (at least my son does) the humor and story, and of course the illustrations. I would give it 5 stars, but another book by this author is even better, so I would differentiate by giving it 4 stars.

  • By Chloe on July 1, 2015

    Art and Max is another Wiesner wonder, Art.The plot is mostly about Art's bodily experience with transforming into different forms of artistic media- from acrylic to watercolor and etc. With the help of Max of course. I think this is an interesting children's book with many little details on each page that gives it a good re-read value. However, there aren't a lot of words in the book, as it mostly uses visual clues instead for how the characters are feeling and such.The characters in the book (Art and Max) are so expressive that words aren't really needed at all!

  • By SA Jones on December 29, 2016

    Gave to my daughter the artist for her birthday. wonderful illustrations. David Wiesner has wonderful process.

  • By perrymasonary on January 15, 2014

    David Wiesner does it again with this wonderfully illustrated book. My kids have enjoyed this book as the story is cute and the illustrations make it interesting.Wiesner is an amazing illustrator and talented storyteller. We have all his books and enjoy them.

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