Luke's Way of Looking by Nadia Wheatley

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All the boys in Luke's art class see things the same way - except for Luke. Luke has his own vision of the world, a wild, colorful, crazy vision, that upsets his art teacher and confuses the other boys. When he just can't face one more difficult day at school, Luke discovers a whole "palace" filled with wild, colorful, crazy pieces of art. It's a whole building, a whold world, where Luke finally feels at home. And knowing about this place, finding it, makes the rest of the world change for him.

About Nadia Wheatley

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Nadia Wheatley is the author of many books for children and adults, including "Five Times Dizzy," "The House That Was Eureka," "My Place," and "The Night Tolkien Died,
Published January 1, 1999 by Hodder Headline. 36 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In a visual tour de force Ottley uses a dazzling variety of styles, media, and techniques that virtually encapsulate a history of modern art and includes visual references to Picasso, Dali, Pollock, and more.

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Where Luke's classmates see symmetrical faces and blueprint-precise architecture, Luke sees rearranged features à la Picasso and twisting towers in the style of Gaudí.

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