Patrick Paints a Picture

Patrick Paints a Picture Let s paint a picture of that cornfield says Aunt Emily to Patrick as they sit looking out from the shade of a tree Patrick puts a yellow blob on his palette to paint the corn but a red squirrel run

  • Title: Patrick Paints a Picture
  • Author: Saviour Pirotta Linzi West
  • ISBN: 9781845072964
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Let s paint a picture of that cornfield, says Aunt Emily to Patrick as they sit looking out from the shade of a tree Patrick puts a yellow blob on his palette to paint the corn, but a red squirrel runs into the field when he puts down red, a bluebird appears Each page reveals a new color and a new creature until Patrick s palette is filled with colors and the field Let s paint a picture of that cornfield, says Aunt Emily to Patrick as they sit looking out from the shade of a tree Patrick puts a yellow blob on his palette to paint the corn, but a red squirrel runs into the field when he puts down red, a bluebird appears Each page reveals a new color and a new creature until Patrick s palette is filled with colors and the field with animals This simple, vividly illustrated story encourages children to spot the next creature while learning about color.

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    About "Saviour Pirotta Linzi West"

    1. Saviour Pirotta Linzi West

      Saviour Pirotta is the award winning author of over one hundred fiction and nonfiction books for children His works have been translated into 28 languages Originally from Malta, he now lives in England.

    203 thoughts on “Patrick Paints a Picture”

    1. There's a lot to be said for simplicity when it comes to children's literature. This sweet book takes a back-to-basics approach yet still manages to incorporate elements that naturally appeal to toddlers and preschoolers. Further still, it looks new and fresh rather than worn and borrowed.A young boy and his aunt (though she looks much more like a sister) set about painting the yellow of a field when colorful characters begin to enter the landscape. With each entrance--a white sheep, orange fox, [...]


    2. Short, fast-paced and educational, the story taught how to combine colors to get other colors, used repetition to help memorize the color names, and offered the opportunity to name a color before it told you. There was even a summary page at the very back, showing the results of mixing different color combinations. One downside -- this is not an American book, so color is spelled colour throughout, but I guess our kids will have to get used to the idiosyncrasies of the English language sooner or [...]


    3. This is the perfect book for little ones learning about colors. Patrick and his Aunt Emily are sitting on a shaded hill over looking a cornfield. As Patrick sees various animals in a variety of color, he wants to add them to his cornfield painting. With easy to read words, and engaging, fun illustrations, this has become a favorite read in our house.


    4. Patrick and his auntie Emily go to a field and see many happy animals and bright colors as they work together to paint a picture. Short, fast-paced and educational, the story taught how to combine colors to get other colors, used repetition to help memorize the color names, and offered the opportunity to name a color before it told you. There was even a summary page at the very back, showing the results of mixing different color combinations. One downside -- this is not an American book, so colo [...]


    5. This is the perfect book for little ones learning about colors. Patrick and his Aunt Emily are sitting on a shaded hill over looking a cornfield. As Patrick sees various animals in a variety of color, he wants to add them to his cornfield painting. With easy to read words, and engaging, fun illustrations, this has become a favorite read in our house.


    6. This would make a nice storytime read for preschoolers/toddlers. There is a nice interactive element with the color guessing game. The only weird thing is that the field of 'corn' looks nothing like corn! Maybe wheat, but not cornd I live in Indiana, I've seen my fair share of corn fields, and so have the kids in my programs.otherwise, great read!


    7. Patrick and his Aunt Emily paint a picture of a meadow and name the colors of all the animals that peak out of the meadow while they are painting. A great book for toddlers and preschoolers who are learning their colors.


    8. perfect story to tell smaller kids about the color wheel and how to mix the basic colors to create more, and with a helpful chart in the book to remember the color combinations. I really like the illustratations as well.


    9. Simple but effective book for young children just mastering their colours. Patrick wants to paint a cornfield, and as various animals appear he needs more and more colours. Gives the little one the chance to identify the colours, and teaches basic colour mixing. Very popular with my 2 year old.


    10. This is a great book in teaching colors. This book also shows how two colors can mixed together to make a different color. Teachers can do a science lesson and let children discover colors.



    11. I liked the illustrations, as well as it taught about colors, especially how colors are made by combining the primary colors.





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