Children's Book ~ On a summer day in Central Park, a boy meets a man named Vincent. He is a painter, and the picture on his old wooden easel shows the park's daffodils in all their yellow splendor. The painting captures the boy's imagination.
No one saw stars like Vincent van Gogh. This book, "No One Saw: Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an Artist" by Bob Raezka, inspires our children to make spiral-looking stars. This introduces the concept of continuous motion for handwriting while children begin studying deeply creative artists. From Nellie Edge Seminars.
Presents facts about stars, nebulas, galaxies, and constellations and recounts the Greek myths that provided widely-known names for ten constellations, from Andromeda to Pegasus. Available from Mannington Public Library.