Pablo and the Artist

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Farrar Straus Giroux, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
8 Reviews

Pablo the elephant has a problem. His art club is holding an
exhibition, and all he has is an empty canvas. Plagued by artistís
block, Pablo sets out for the country, in hopes of finding fresh
ideas. But when he finishes his landscape, Pablo still isnít
satisfied. It may just take the ingenuity of some friendly
woodland strangers to help Pablo realize his full artistic
potential.

Bursting with the authorís inimitable illustrations, this is an
uplifting story about teamwork and artistic vision.

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User Review  - sdpugh - LibraryThing

Pablo the elephant has artist block and needs to paint a picture for the upcoming exhibition. After moving to a different location, he has a dream and is able to solve his problem. A good book to teach problem solving. Read full review

Review: Pablo the Artist

User Review  - Dolly - Goodreads

This is a fun story about an anthropomorphic elephant artist who needed some inspiration and went out into the country to paint a landscape. The narrative is entertaining and the ending is a bit of a ... Read full review

About the author (2006)

SATOSHI KITAMURA has written and/or illustrated dozens of
books for children, including Once Upon an Ordinary School
Day by Colin McNaughton, which School Library Journal
deemed ďan excellent selection.Ē He lives in London, England.

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