• Title: A Boy Named Art
  • Author: P.S. Clinen
  • ISBN: 9780646929033
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Paperback
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    A Boy Named Art A Boy Named Art is the whimsical story of a young boy whose offbeat interests and appearance have left him alone and without friends Poor Art is doomed to spend his time brooding in isolation unless h
    A Boy Named Art is the whimsical story of a young boy whose offbeat interests and appearance have left him alone and without friends Poor Art is doomed to spend his time brooding in isolation unless he can find some remnant of companionship in the often unforgiving world of childhood.A likely story with an unlikely character that will evoke the child within that many of uA Boy Named Art is the whimsical story of a young boy whose offbeat interests and appearance have left him alone and without friends Poor Art is doomed to spend his time brooding in isolation unless he can find some remnant of companionship in the often unforgiving world of childhood.A likely story with an unlikely character that will evoke the child within that many of us have long since cast aside.

    One Reply to “A Boy Named Art”

    1. "A Boy Named Art" by Australian author/illustrator P.S. Clinen features a great book cover, and is wonderfully dramatically illustrated throughout with pen-ink drawings. Unfortunately, the description of a 30 page book, didn't match the e-book download; which was presented in only 6 pages. After posting a 2* review, P.S. Clinen contacted me, and generously offered to send me a copy of this slim delightful children's book. The actual paperback copy had little resemblance to e-book, which appeared [...]

    2. okay, i'm biased , but this little gem is full of quirk, Art is a sweet little boy who will make you smileklc

    3. Creepy Art just wants some friends. Being yourself helps you find the right amount of weirdness to hangout with and love.

    4. I thought this was a great book. The poem-style writing worked really well for this book, and it flowed really well. There were one or two lines that I had to re-read as they felt a little forced, but overall, it was a great read. I had the opportunity to read this book to a group of children in grades K-5, and I asked for their opinions on the book, as well. They all really liked the book. They said they liked the pictures, enjoyed the poetry style, mentioning it wasn't even boring, and said th [...]

    5. I was a lucky winner of "A Boy Named Art" which I received through a giveaway from . My 11 year old daughter and I both read the book. My daughter enjoyed it and wished it was longer.

    6. A lonely boy named Art meets Lol.Reminds me of Edgar Allan Poe poetry. I also like the drawings.

    7. I won this book in a giveaway. A great rhyming book that would be perfect for any kid who feels "different" or "weird." Everyone has a friend waiting for them who will appreciate their quirks.

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