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  • Tara Casas

    Take a look at this The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse Hardcover by World Publications Filled with color and inspiration, this winsome picture book tells the story of an artist who paints the world as he sees it. Readers delight in a red crocodile, orange elephant, purple fox and all manner of other polychromatic creatures crafted in Eric Carle's signature style. Written by Eric Carle Publisher: Philomel Hardcover / 32 pages Recommended for ages 3 to 5 years

  • Frittabello Baby Gifts

    "The Artist who Painted a Blue Horse" is just one of many excellent #childrensbooks by #EricCarle.

  • Serena Sepe

    The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse by Eric Carle who pays homage to Franz Marc who painted The Blue Horse in 1911 in this children's book which is an inspiration to the artist in all of us. Here is an interesting story about the book on NPR tinyurl.com/... #Books #Kids #Eric_Carle #The_Artist_Who_Painted_A_Blue_Horse

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