BOOKS

Title:
ELEPHANTS CAN PAINT TOO!
Author:
Katya Arnold
Publisher:
Anne Schwartz Books/Atheneum Books for Young Readers

For years, Katya Arnold has been teaching art to children in New York and to Asian elephants in Thailand. Some elephants draw abstract swirls of various colors, some actually paint trees and flowers, but almost all of them learn the joy of creating original artwork.

It is this incredible story that Ms. Arnold tells in simple language accompanied by fascinating photographs as well as artwork created by her students⎯both human and elephant. Although the text is aimed at children ages 3-7, kids of all ages will love following these wonderful animals from their first art lesson to the creation of their stunning, original paintings.


Title:
When Elephants Paint: The Quest of Two Russian Artists to Save the Elephants of Thailand
Authors:
Komar and Melamid
Introduction:
Dave Eggers
Photography:
Jason Schmidt
Publisher:
HarperCollins

"When Elephants Paint" is lavishly illustrated with more than 100 photographs, including actual elephant paintings. This riotously funny and provocative book offers valuable lessons about wildlife conservation in Thailand, as well as startling revelations about the nature of art itself.
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