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Their Eyes Meeting the World: The Drawings and Paintings of Children by  Robert Coles - First Edition - 1992 - from Diatrope Books and Biblio.com

Their Eyes Meeting the World: The Drawings and Paintings of Children

by Coles, Robert

Condition: Very Good/very good


Houghton Mifflin, 1992. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/very good. Unmarked. Clipped dust jacket. Edited by Margaret Sartor. Focuses on the artwork of children and the messages they project. Fifty full-color drawings. First half of the book discusses art in relation to children's lives and to how one is better able to communicate with children using drawings as an intermediary. Second half presents full-page drawings with a full page of explanatory text, much of which is given by the child artist. 133p. Measures 9.25x10.25 inches.




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