Art's Supplies

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Orca Book Publishers, Mar 1, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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In this delightful tale of the power of the imagination, Art's supplies come to life in the studio, creating mayhem and magic -- and art! Pastels, pencils and paints, crayons, brushes and markers, everything gets in on the act of creating a mess-terpiece of fun. Chris Tougas' brilliant illustrations and clever text explore the essence of the creative process in a way that children will understand.

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User Review  - zeebreez - LibraryThing

Tougas, Chris. Art's Supplies. Orca Book Publishers, 2010. This is an e-book that I got through Tubmle Books at the LACounty Public Library website. It was free and didn't require a card to access ... Read full review

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User Review  - allawishus - LibraryThing

Very very punny! It's a comedic look at the havoc a boy's art supplies create when they throw a party. Some of the humor about drunken party goers will (hopefully) go over kid's heads. Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Chris Tougas is a writer-illustrator who loves dogs, the great outdoors, writing fun stories and making art. He was born in Santa Monica, California. He has studied art and animation in both Canada and the US, and has worked in film animation at Disney and other studios. Chris lives and works in Victoria, British Columbia.

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