The Forest Has Eyes by Bev Doolittle

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Find hidden stories and pictures in these paintings of Native Americans and the western wilderness. Eighty-three thousand copies sold.
 

About Bev Doolittle

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Doolittle graduated from the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles. She is a fine-art phenomenon in the limited edition print world where her editions and their sell-out rate are unsurpassed in the industry. Maclay is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the Collegeof William and Mary, where she was class poet and editor of the literary magazine.
 
Published January 9, 1998 by The Greenwich Workshop Press. 32 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Arts & Photography.

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Maclay invokes all the correct images, but the result is antiseptic: “Stay with me, Wolf Brother/As I watch over my village./Lend me your sharp eyes./Help me to remember that I am part of all I see:/Every animal and bird/Every rock, every tree./We are all part of the beautiful circle of life/Crea...

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A range of Doolittle's Native American art prints is here presented in a kind of exhibition accessible to young readers. In her strongest landscapes, the artist introduces hidden spirits that readers

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The text serves as a way into the paintings, inviting both readers' imagination and their further contemplation: ""Can you see the faces in the forest watching you?"" and ""When you sit quietly, where do your thoughts go?"" Doolittle's images, coupled with McClay's heightened prose, will stir rea...

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