Three Little Peas
|Rating||:||4.12 (794 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||48 Pages|
Next, she went to the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg, from which she graduated in 2011. There she deepened her skills and knowledge of engraving and began to experiment with different printing techniques. From discovery to discovery, our pea protagonists wonder at the world and brave its dangers, until they end up just where they need to be. In 2008, she received her second degree, this time in graphic arts, from the Estienne Art School. And then—beautifully, inevitably—a new pea escapes, and this little pea makes three!After receiving her baccalauréat, Marine Rivoal went to art school, where she threw herself into learning everything she could about the art and craft of bookmaking. Today, Marine continues her experiments at a collective for printing and engraving on the outskirts of Paris.. The story of Three Little Peas is playful and surprising and provides a tender description of life itself
"Stunnung children's book work of art" according to knort. Reading this beautifuls book reminds me of childhood when I would contemplate the soil and all the things in it. The way the artist expresses that sentiment visually is interesting and engaging.. Two peas travel through a busy garden. Basic concepts book for ages 3-6. Sunshine on a Rainy Day In this book, two peas pop out of a pod growing on the pea vine. They travel throughout the garden and see many things. They go here, there, up, under, high, and finally end up nestled underground where they grow new pea vines and the process can begin again.The illustrations are primarily in black and white with only the green peas b. "Adorable, fun, educational!" according to J. Maron. Three Little Peas is SO CUTE, and while it looks simple, it had a lot of depth on the pages. My 8 year olds LOVED this story.
The palette is monochromatic with the exception of the peas and may not pull in very young readers. The occasional hidden creatures will be barely discernible to preschool "readers," and some they won't understand at all. For example, are those bunny slippers on the cauliflower page? Why is there a car under the earth when the peas go underground? The mole, the praying mantis, and the spider pursuing the peas appear dark and menacing. There are more suitable books for this age group about the life cycle such as Pat Zietlow Miller's Sophie's Squash (Random, 2013