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  • Lindsay Caputo

    Summary: A boy meets an artist in New York's streets and it sparks the boy's imagination. Vincent Van Gogh opens his eyes. Genre: Fantasy Writing Techniques: drawing, imagination, adjectives Writing Traits: Word choice is used very well in this book by teaching the students the importance of adjectives and describing words which could also teach conventions. Waldman, Neil. The Starry Night. Honesdale, PA: Boyds Mills, 1999. Print.

  • Madison Library

    The Starry Night by Neil Waldman 1999 (Vincent van Gogh)

  • Tyndale Education Library

    "The Starry Night" - Vincent Van Gogh befriends a young boy in New York City in this picture book fantasy about art and creativity.

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