My Name Is Georgia

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Feb 28, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
From the time she was just a young girl, Georgia O'Keeffe viewed the world in her own way. While other girls played with toys and braided their hair, Georgia practiced her drawing and let her hair fly free. As an adult, Georgia followed her love of art from the steel canyons of New York City to the vast plains of New Mexico. There she painted all day, and slept beneath the stars at night. Throughout her life Georgia O'Keeffe followed her dreams--and so found her way to become a great American artist.
 

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Like Jeannette Winter's other books, this text is beautifully illustrated and the story is told in a beautiful, lyrical way. What I like best about this biography about Georgia O'Keeffe-- besides the ... Read full review

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Follow Georgia O'Keefe as she decides to be an artist at a young age and is content to play by herself and be different from her sisters. She attends art school and lives in a variety of places in the ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

JEANETTE WINTER has written and illustrated several books for children, including Diego, written by her son Jonah and honored as a New York Times Book Review Best Illustrated Book of the Year. Ms. Winter divides her time between New York City and Texas.

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