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Kids art books have become a big theme with publishers. Some of them feel a bit devised for the market, but all of the books below have something genuine to offer and each caters for slightly different needs, from art appreciation to guides to art making, colour theory and logic puzzles. My favourites are the ones you could give to a baby, but which an adult could equally get lost in.




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Great tabloid newspaper-takes on the stories behind art. In this book artists are full of plots and plans to change the world and create small revolutions in how we understand what we see and experience. This would be a great gift to give to a family member before heading out to a gallery or a trip to Paris or Italy. The book is bang up to date, including modern-day artists such as Cornelia Parker RA and Pipilotti Rist.


Some of these picture books are newly published rarities, and others are contemporary classics, but all will be a great introduction to modern creative ideas and inspire young artists to create!


With a passion for cultivating imagination, Amanda aims to help kids and families discover their creative potential through art, play, adventure, activism, conservancy, and community. Amanda has a background in graphic design, environmental design, and art curation. When not playing with ideas and designs for barley & birch, she enjoys working in freelance design, art, and illustration.


Here are some of our favorite art picture books. We love anything by Peter Reynolds. His books are fantastic for the little perfectionist in your life. Art is messy and fluid and there are no mistakes! We also adore the new Patrick McDonald book, Art. But the truth is, there are just too many fantastic picture books to choose from. Here are our favorites:


Art is calming, not just for children but also for adults. I highly recommend picking up a few drawing books, playing some soothing music, and drawing together. Last year, we started daily Doodle Diaries and it has had such a tremendous impact on our homeschool routine. It never fails to help us all feel calm!


Explore the BEST books that teach about Art History to kids to use for art infused lessons in your classroom, to teach art history to your art students, or to use for creating an art history section in your home library. This comprehensive list explores famous artists and artworks throughout art history. It will provide you with ideas and inspiration for creating art lessons and projects that you can pair with these amazing books to help you teach art history in depth in your classroom.


After, explain that you will be creating art based on: the picture book, the artist, the movement or time in art history, etc. This way, the kids now have been pre-loaded with background knowledge on the topic and will be a bit more encouraged to create because THEY KNOW.


Young readers will begin to notice and explore shapes, colors, patterns, styles, themes, and techniques. By taking a close look at famous paintings and answering the open-ended question prompts dotted throughout the book, kids will discover a new way to see and appreciate the art all around them.


I am Kathleen McGiveron & I am Ms Artastic.Ever since I could remember, I loved Art. Whether it was obsessively drawing cartoons with books or T.V. as a kid or creating with clay in my High School Ceramics classes, I LOVED Art.Now, I am a Professional Artist & I create Art Lessons for Kids at Artastic Kids & design Art Education Resources and Curriculum for Educators.


Explore the BEST Picture books that teach about Art or Inspire Art Making for kids to use for art infused lessons in your classroom, to teach art history and about making art and the creative process to your art students, or to use for creating an art-themed section in your home library. This comprehensive list explores famous artists, artworks, and the art making process through fun and creative, easy-to read picture books. It will provide you with ideas and inspiration for creating art lessons and projects that you can pair with these amazing books to help you teach about art making in depth in your classroom.


This book is not only great for teaching about the creative process and experimenting in art, but also teaches how Growth Mindset is an essential part of the art making process. Want more information on how to teach Growth Mindset in an Art Classroom? Read my article!A spill. A smear. A smudge. A tear. When you think you have made a mistake, think of it as an opportunity to make something beautiful!


A little girl and her canine assistant set out to make the most magnificent thing. But after much hard work, the end result is not what the girl had in mind. Frustrated, she quits. Her assistant suggests a long walk, and as they walk, it slowly becomes clear what the girl needs to do to succeed. A charming story that will give kids the most magnificent thing: perspective!


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1. First make the cover. The cover will be for the front and back of the book. We used watercolor paper and had so much fun painting it. We started with big paper and actually cut it down to 1117 after we painted it. You can see the whole painting process here plus lots of reasons to let kids paint.


If the kids can learn their letters through art, why not learn about colors too? This excellent book features the works of artists from all over the world, in gorgeous detail. Kids can spend a lot of time poring over the pictures and pointing out the details and colors.


This is the perfect book to kickstart some craft projects in your home! The book features faces made from all kinds of materials, which will give kids ideas on using odds and ends lying around their home to create art.


This is a book that kids can grow with, especially once they start being able to identify famous paintings. The book features 30 artists including earlier painters like Matisse and Rembrandt to more contemporary ones like Warhol and Sherman.


For example, if you want a book that teaches kids how to draw, go and find the best book for that. If you prefer to get some art history or art theory for your middle schooler, look for the book that offers you exactly that.


This is one of my favorite art books for kids. It follows a child-led approach, where the students decide what to do next. Also, the different projects are designed to help them develop many artistic skills.


One of our favorite ways to learn about a different place is to read art books for kids. Art has a way of transporting us to a different time and place, and get a feel for the culture in addition to just facts.


This whole series of art board books is perfect for babies and toddlers. They show reproductions of actual pieces by the artists, and have a lilting text to accompany the images. As far as art board books go, these are some of the very best.


Katie and her grandmother take a trip to the museum where Katie see Mona Lisa for the first time. While Katie is looking at the painting, Mona Lisa begins talking to her and eventually the two look at other pieces of art such as a Raphael, Botticelli, Carpaccio and da Vinci. In each case, the story behind the painting comes alive and possibly making these classic works of art more interesting for kids.


Some kids are naturally drawn (pun!) to art. Other kids are not. I have two of the latter type. But I do not despair! With the advent of my "my kid hates art" series, a list of picture books to inspire artistic creativity seemed like the perfect accompaniment to my mission to get my son to enjoy the art process. These picture books about art are designed to get kids to think artistically, to see art in the everyday. I've also included biographies of artists so you can inspire your kids with real life amazing artists.


A great list to pair with the books below is 11 books to inspire little inventors and engineers. Or, take a peek at the index of all my book lists to find something to interest your child. (Note: affiliate links are included below.)


Mix It Up! by Hervé Tullet is the successor to the wildly popular Press Here. This time, kids learn about color mixing as they take actions like rubbing the colors, shaking and smooshing pages. A fun, interactive picture book that instructs kids at the end to go out and create their own art. (Note: I received a review copy of this book.)


Blue Chicken by Deborah Freedman is a good choice for rowdy boys like mine who may prefer being physically active to sitting at the table with a box of crayons. A curious chick finds a pot of watercolor which leads to a bit of artistic chaos until an encounter with the water for rinsing brushes sets everything aright. Freedman's books all break the "fourth wall" (as we say in the theater) that separates reader from illustrations, a conceit I quite adore.


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