David is a young and restless apprentice painter who wants to know everything about painting.
His intelligent teacher, the Master Messina, invents a way of transporting David through time to the prehistory. They go there looking for the origins of art, but once they are there nothing will be as they thought. In a second adventure they travel towards the unknown art of Mesopotamia. This time they won't go alone. The sympathetic and intelligent Angela will travel to the past with them bringing her particular point of view.
"M. Mosquera presents the illustrations in a vague but "fitting" manner. The color and occasional detail are very well done." "This will attract many Middle Grade Young Adults and older elementary aged children. It is a fun way to get them to read!." rockinbookreviews blog."I know that my next visit to a museum will be more enjoyable after reading this book." "With both drama and humor, this illustrated journey teaches more than just art." dogsmomvisits blog."I really enjoyed the illustrations for this graphic novel." "I like that Mosquera rendered true-to-life depictions of the various art, which added to my delight in the book."dabofdarkness blog."The illustrations are very well done. They are colorful and vivid, accurately bringing to life the time period depicted." "I think that this series is great for introducing kids to art history." libraryofcleanreads blog."The illustrations were masterfully done in a cartoon like style that would appeal to children." "The story takes place in two major time periods during the time of cave men and Mesopotamia times." booksforbookz blog."The book is packed with information both in written form and within the dense illustrations, tackling two major art types between the covers." "It's not all paints and pastels for David. Action abounds from hunts to ceremonies, sneaky villans and all-powerful gods, as the students stumble through prehistoric times and later Mesopotamia." stephaniemward blog."The pictures are colorful and are done wonderfully." "You can tell the story through the pictures." nrcbooks blog."This book could make a great Christmas gift for your art enthusiast and loves to read." "I have no doubt that my Summer Babe will enjoy reading this book. She loves art and reading this story entertains her at the same time learned more about art and its history." kcbeaniebooscollection blog."This is a fun and exciting adventure." "Great book for children." ireadbooktours blog."The colors are perfect for the styles of art and subject. I personally learned a thing or two as I read, which of course, is the intent of the book to begin with." "I give this book 5 stars." readingauthors blog.
Series: Uncut Edition
For Ages: 9 - 12 years old
For Grades: 4 - 7
Number Of Pages: 72
Published: 28th July 2016
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 27.99 x 21.59 x 0.79
Weight (kg): 0.52