Roy's House by Susan Rubin

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Today’s kids will not be particularly shocked by the iconoclastic aspects of pop art, as was Lichtenstein’s contemporary audience, but his artwork has an enduring appeal.
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Welcome to Roy's house! Come on in and take a look around. There is a big sofa with room for lots of friends, three red fish swimming in a bowl, a yellow chair for reading, and, of course, Roy's studio, filled with paintbrushes. Susan Goldman Rubin pairs her simple narrative style with the energetic works of Roy Lichtenstein to create an early concept book that is also a fun and accessible introduction to one of the twentieth century's most iconic artists.
 

About Susan Rubin

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Susan Goldman Rubin has written many award-winning books about artists for both toddlers and middle grade readers, including Andy Warhol's Colors and Everybody Paints!: The Lives and Art of the Wyeth Family. She lives in Malibu, California.
 
Published June 7, 2016 by Chronicle Books LLC. 40 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Mar 30 2016

Today’s kids will not be particularly shocked by the iconoclastic aspects of pop art, as was Lichtenstein’s contemporary audience, but his artwork has an enduring appeal.

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