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Polka Dot Penguin Pottery by Lenore Look

Polka Dot Penguin Pottery

by Lenore Look

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I really enjoyed this story, such truth about the creative process and shared in an accessible way for young artists. I thought the sideways binding was a nice touch--you have to let yourself try new things when you're making stuff, don't you? ( )
  MelissaZD | Dec 31, 2013 |
A charming, colorful celebration of creativity. ( )
  Sullywriter | Apr 3, 2013 |
Polka Dot penguin is about a girl who loves to write, but lately nothing has inspired her to write. Her grandparents take her to a pottery painting store where she got pick whatever she painted but just like her writing she was uninspired. Later he little sister helps her find inspiration for her pottery, resulting in inspiration for her writing. ( )
  kclopez | Feb 8, 2012 |
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Aspen Colorado Kim Chee Lee likes writing stories about monkeys, elephants, and aliens, but these days writing hasn't been much fun. It's like her characters are on vacation. Her pages are blank and she's blocked. Luckily, her grandparents know that a trip to the local paint-your-own-pottery studio is exactly what she needs to feel creative again. Lenore Look's charming story and Yumi Heo's mixed-media naive-style illustrations create a warm and childlike book for young artists and writers.

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A visit to a pottery shop and the encouragement of family and friends not only provide Aspen the opportunity to paint something beautiful, they also help her get past her writer's block.

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