A WALK THROUGH ART
Patsy's mom is an artist and is creating a new work of art that requires Patsy's help.
This seems like a simple request until Patsy finds out she wants to paint her feet orange!
Through trust and love, Patsy finds the courage to help her mom create a very special footprint painting which she later discovers holds their mother/daughter bond of love forever.
Following the story, the author invites children to view some artwork that includes Name Art, Creature Art, Fairy Art, Collage Art and manages to sprinkle in some humor along the way.
With the final art example, the author leaves the reader with an inspirational ending that touches the heart.
Patricia Sloan is a native from the Lone Star State of Texas and resides just outside of Houston, Texas.
She is both the author and the creator/illustrator of seven new day of the week characters known as the Greenwich Super-Duper Days which are introduced in her picture book for children titled WHERE DO THE MONDAYS GO?
Patricia's Greenwich Super-Duper Days are from the secret hiding place where time begins - Greenwich, in southeast London, United Kingdom.
WHERE DO THE MONDAYS GO? received an "Honorable Mention" in the children's book category at the 2013 London Book Festival.
Patricia had the opportunity to travel to London where she attended the event on January 23, 2014 to receive the award personally.
WHERE DO THE MONDAYS GO? also received "Finalist - Hard Cover Picture Book Category" in the 2013 International Book Awards.
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