The Art Collector

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Charlesbridge, Jul 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Oscar loves looking at the art Great-Granny creates. But his own drawings never look the way he wants them to. So instead of making art, he decides to collect art. Over the years Oscar's room becomes filled with beautiful paintings and drawings in every style and color. His collection grows and grows and grows until a museum needs to be built to house it all.

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User Review  - jjpionke - LibraryThing

Ever wonder what happens to young artists that just don't have artistic ability? They become art collectors! This is certainly the case for Oscar who discovers that he can't draw very well, but he ... Read full review

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User Review  - ReplayGuy - LibraryThing

A simple story of a boy who is fascinated with art. What starts as a comparison of his picture and one by his grandmother, Oscar discovers a love of art at a young age. The story continues to follow him as he ages and his collection grows. Fittingly, the first picture is always there. Read full review

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Jan Wahl is the author of nearly one hundred books for young readers, including PLEASANT FIELDMOUSE and CANDY SHOP. He lives in Toledo, Ohio.

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