Linnea in Monet's Garden

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R. & S. Books, 1987 - Juvenile Fiction - 52 pages
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Linnea has visited Claude Monet's garden! In Paris, she got to see many of his actual paintings. Now she understands what it means for a painter to be called an Impressionist. This innovative art book for children contains full-color photos of many of Monet's famous paintings.

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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

Hm. Nice enough, but, for how (relatively) long it was, I wanted more. I can just hear my young self asking questions. What other artists were Impressionists? What else did Monet paint? There's so ... Read full review

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User Review  - novalibrarymom - LibraryThing

Linnea in Monet’s Garden tells the story of a young girl and her travel companion, Mr. Bloom, who journey to first Paris, and then Giverny to see the famous water lilies at Monet’s “pink house.” Using ... Read full review

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About the author (1987)

Christina Bjork is the author of numerous children's books, including "The Other Alice" and "Linnea's Windowsill Garden,"
Inga-Karin Eriksson is an illustrator and engraver. They both live in Stockholm, Sweden.

LENA ANDERSON is the author of "Hedgehog's Secret," "Tick-Tock," and "Tea for Ten," as well as the illustrator of many books, including the best-selling "Linnea in Monet's Garden" by Christina Bjork. She lives in Stockholm, Sweden.

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