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Crappy Children's Art. by MADDOX.(DLC)2001354; Maddox, Maddox.;
Intro -- Dedication -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: Special Cars from Special Kids -- Chapter 2: Unintentional Hitler -- Chapter 3: What Would Your Superpower Be? -- Chapter 4: Developmentally Challenged Developments -- Chapter 5: Bowls to Throw Up in -- Chapter 6: Alien Drawings -- Chapter 7: Animals or Robots? -- Chapter 8: Animals Fucking -- Chapter 9: Your Favorite Holiday -- Chapter 10: Drawing your Family -- Chapter 11: "Jokes" -- Chapter 12: Shitty Inventions -- Chapter 13: Cool Tree -- Chapter 14: Nice Boner! -- Chapter 15: Who's your Hero? -- Chapter 16: I have a Dream . . . that only Ten People Should Die this Year -- Chapter 17: Drawings of Teachers and Parents -- Chapter 18: Things that Scare you -- Chapter 19: Dear Teacher, I'm Sorry you Wasted your Time -- Chapter 20: Pictures of Kids -- Chapter 21: Batman: The Raped Crusader -- Chapter 22: Ages 1-6: The Formative Years -- Chapter 23: Ages 7-14: The Aftermath -- Chapter 24: What you want to be when you Grow Up -- Chapter 25: Creepy Clowns -- Chapter 26: Your Dream Pet -- Chapter 27: Not Picasso -- Chapter 28: Your Roller Coaster Sucks the LD! -- Chapter 29: Queer for a Day -- Chapter 30: The Biggest Problem in the World Today -- Chapter 31: The Most Beautiful Person or Thing in the World -- Chapter 32: My Favorite Mouth -- Chapter 33: Books by Kids, for Shredders -- Chapter 34: Dear Pen Pal, My Sister is a Cat -- Chapter 35: Sexism, Drugs, AIDS and Crib Death -- Chapter 36: Celebrities -- Chapter 37: Jerkbook -- Chapter 38: Unintentional Bukkake -- Chapter 39: Child Prodigies or Cocksure Idiots? -- Chapter 40: Hi, I'm Painted with Crap -- Chapter 41: Draw your Favorite Food -- Chapter 42: Young Maddox -- Chapter 43: Cooking with Minors -- Acknowledgments -- About Maddox -- Copyright.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
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Children solve problems / by De Bono, Edward,1933-(SAGE)1669886;
Subjects: Problem solving in children.; Children's art;
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This Is My Class. by Coll-Seck, Jayden.;
Cover -- Copyright -- Title Page -- Words to Know -- Back Cover.Children enjoy creating colorful holiday art in their art class. The diverse cultures and customs of the students are reflected in their colorful artwork. A picture-word glossary is included. This nonfiction title is paired with the fiction title The Class Photo.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Children's art-Juvenile literature.;
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Is That a Picasso on Your Fridge? [electronic resource] : An Art Critic Separates Finger Painted Genius from Crayon Doodled Crap. by Consiglio, Dan.(SAGE)2041005;
Contents; Introduction; On Sale; Old Aspirin Teeth; This is Not Une Joke; Midnight; Pick Me Up; Artist Profile: Hot Enough to Melt Snow; Self-Portrait; Elephant Parade; Paper or Plastic?; Rain Pierces Wind, or, Wet Staccato Rhthm #9; I Know a Lot!; My L Book; Angel of Death; Day Care Expressionism: Sleepy Burgs Spawn New Movement; Leader of All Evil Things; The Dance; The Sheet of Lucy; Dots; Circles; 1122112211; Artist Profile: The Indomitable Spirit, with Hair to Match; Any and Every Day; Tree ofLife; Thursday; Blue Mat Full of Cars; Woman in Leather Football HelmetA Closer Look: Family PortraitSticky-Stick #3: Curse of the Kitty; Theatre of Pain; Angry Grimace Jellyfish; Our Father; Target: My Life as an Object; Artist Profile: The Joke Is on Us; Blind Sadness; Radar Number 6; My Minnesota; Three Kittens Who Lost Their Mittens; Mrs. Johnson; My Dad; Pop!; A Closer Look: Red; Daddy at Work; Here They Are! My Family, I Mean; Vampire Dance; Hello, Dave; Our Sky; Bagheera's Castle; Julia; Stage; Two Stories; Grandma; Artist Profile: Making Enormous Statements with Silly Animal Art; Stuffed... with Child; Homer InspiredArtist Profile: Folk Art's New SchoolLove or Detroit?; Shitstorm; Swan; King Scrambly; About the AuthorSEPARATING FINGER-PAINTED GENIUS FROM CRAYON-DOODLED CRAPKids create them. Parents submit them. An art critic reviews them. And don't think for one second he doesn't know exactly what he's talking about! With characteristically overblown, egotistical, WTF critiques, this book hilariously deconstructs works of children's art as if they were the newest installations at a modern art museum.Age can't constrain greatness. Mozart composed at five. Picasso was painting at seven. If one doubts that young children reveal signs of genius every time they touch c
Subjects: Electronic books.; Arts; Children's art; Fine arts.;
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Creating Children's Art Games for Emotional Support [electronic resource]. by Barber, Vicky.(SAGE)1922178;
Creating Children's Art Games for Emotional Support; Introduction; How to Get the Most Out of This Book; Step-by-Step User Guide; List of Materials ; Case Studies; Part I: Warm-Up Games; Pass the Ball; Guess the Colour; Make the Sound of…; Guess What?; Feel What It Is…; Whose Nose Is It?; Getting to Know Each Other; Colour Appreciation; Quick Colour Responses; Feeling Is the Object; Part II: Creating Games for Improving Self-Esteem and Confidence; Pushing the Boundaries; Charades with a Difference; Run Rabbit; Whatever (Sticks and Stones); What Am I Really Like?; Guess What It IsContour DrawingsDrawing Together; Drawing with Different Body Parts; Let Rorschach Help Your Story; Future City; Happy Families; Why Am I Feeling This Way?; Large Group Scribble; Against Time; Alphabet with Feeling; Cube Fun; Area Awareness Spinning Top; Pass the Compliment; What Am I Like?; Drawing Blindfold; I'm the Greatest; Part III: Creating Games for Raising Self-Awareness; Opposites Attract; Going with Change; My Patch; Treasure Hunt; Changing Faces; Shape Town/Village; Where Do I Belong?; Please Don't Distract Me; Building Up Clusters; Changing Circles; Scribble ExchangeHow Do I Feel?Paper Roll Game; Jigsaw - Self-Portrait; My Patch Spinning Top; Playing Detective; Listening and Responding; Please Pass the…; Who Am I?; Useful Templates and Resources; Box; Face; Rabbits Ears; Cube; Emotion Sheet 1; Emotion Sheet 2; Emotion Sheet 3; Emotion Sheet 4Game playing is a highly effective way of engaging children and has long been acknowledged as an important means of psychological therapy. This book offers an abundance of fun games that help children to confront personal problems and issues in a light-hearted yet meaningful way. These are games with a difference, as they must be constructed before they can be played. The creation aspect involves collaboration and cooperation within a team, and instils an empowering sense of ownership in the creators. By the time the game is ready to be played, children are confident, thoroughly engaged and re
Subjects: Electronic books.; Art therapy for children; Play therapy;
© 2011., Jessica Kingsley Publishers,
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Collecting Children's Books [electronic resource] : Art, Memories, Values by Fleisher, Noah.(DLC)1600394; Zittle, Lauren.;
Title Page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction: for the Love of the Book (and the kid) -- Chapter 1: Idyllic Beginnings (1900-1919) -- Chapter 2: Between the Wars (1920-1939) -- Chapter 3: An Abundance of Riches (1940-1959) -- Chapter 4: A Turning Point (1960-1979) -- Chapter 5: A Shifting Landscape (1980-Present) -- Chapter 6: Disney -- Chapter 7: Garth Williams The Gold Standard -- Chapter 8: Maurice Sendak -- Chapter 9: The Good Doctor -- Appendix -- The Newberry Medal -- The Caldecott Medal -- About the Authors -- Special Thanks -- Copyright
Subjects: Electronic books.;
© 2015., F+W Media,
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The Creative Edge. by Fletcher, Mary C.;
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Subjects: Electronic books.; Children's libraries-Activity programs..; Children's librarians..; Arts and children.;
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Is That a Picasso on Your Fridge? [electronic resource] : Kids' ""Masterpieces"" Critiqued by an ""Art Expert"" by Consiglio, Dan.(DLC)2041005;
Contents -- Introduction -- On Sale -- Old Aspirin Teeth -- This is Not Une Joke -- Midnight -- Pick Me Up -- Artist Profile: Hot Enough to Melt Snow -- Self-Portrait -- Elephant Parade -- Paper or Plastic? -- Rain Pierces Wind, or, Wet Staccato Rhthm #9 -- I Know a Lot! -- My L Book -- Angel of Death -- Day Care Expressionism: Sleepy Burgs Spawn New Movement -- Leader of All Evil Things -- The Dance -- The Sheet of Lucy -- Dots -- Circles -- 1122112211 -- Artist Profile: The Indomitable Spirit, with Hair to Match -- Any and Every Day -- Tree ofLife -- Thursday -- Blue Mat Full of CarsWoman in Leather Football Helmet -- A Closer Look: Family Portrait -- Sticky-Stick #3: Curse of the Kitty -- Theatre of Pain -- Angry Grimace Jellyfish -- Our Father -- Target: My Life as an Object -- Artist Profile: The Joke Is on Us -- Blind Sadness -- Radar Number 6 -- My Minnesota -- Three Kittens Who Lost Their Mittens -- Mrs. Johnson -- My Dad -- Pop! -- A Closer Look: Red -- Daddy at Work -- Here They Are! My Family, I Mean -- Vampire Dance -- Hello, Dave -- Our Sky -- Bagheera's Castle -- Julia -- Stage -- Two Stories -- GrandmaArtist Profile: Making Enormous Statements with Silly Animal Art -- Stuffed... with Child -- Homer Inspired -- Artist Profile: Folk Art's New School -- Love or Detroit? -- Shitstorm -- Swan -- King Scrambly -- About the AuthorSEPARATING FINGER-PAINTED GENIUS FROM CRAYON-DOODLED CRAPKids create them. Parents submit them. An art critic reviews them. And don't think for one second he doesn't know exactly what he's talking about! With characteristically overblown, egotistical, WTF critiques, this book hilariously deconstructs works of children's art as if they were the newest installations at a modern art museum.Age can't constrain greatness. Mozart composed at five. Picasso was painting at seven. If one doubts that young children reveal signs of genius every time they touch c
Subjects: Electronic books.; Children''s art -- Criticism and interpretation.;
© 2011., Ulysses Press,
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A Fridge for a Picasso [electronic resource]. by Jesse, John.;
Cover; Title Page; Dedication; Illustrations; Contents; Part One The Pursuit of Love; Chapter One Barefoot for the Bombs; Chapter Two The Runaways; Chapter Three The Turkish Bath; Chapter Four Paying my Way; Chapter Five A Daring Challenge; Chapter Six On the Road; Chapter Seven An Appointment with Miss B.; Chapter Eight The Gorbals Kiss; Chapter Nine Jean Paul; Chapter Ten The Pushkin Club; Chapter Eleven Sleeping with the Sword; Chapter Twelve The Puritan Maid; Chapter Thirteen You Reap What You Sow; Chapter Fourteen It's a Long Way…; Chapter Fifteen The ProposalPart Two The Pursuit of StyleChapter Sixteen A Piece of Painted Cardboard; Chapter Seventeen Art Nouveau; Chapter Eighteen Tiger Morse; Chapter Nineteen The Parachute Lamp; Chapter Twenty Charles Handley-Read; Chapter Twenty-One Fun Shirts; Chapter Twenty-Two Opening the Shop; Chapter Twenty-Three The Naming of Art Deco; Chapter Twenty-Four Luchino Visconti; Chapter Twenty-Five Paraphernalia; Chapter Twenty-Six The Body on the Beach; Chapter Twenty-Seven Love Makes The World Go Round; Chapter Twenty-Eight 'It's the wrong time...'; Chapter Twenty-Nine Contrasts; Chapter Thirty Jesse and LaskiChapter Thirty-One 'How is your nose?'Chapter Thirty-Two 'Kissin' don't last, Cookin' do'; Chapter Thirty-Three OPEN - CLOSED; A, B, C; Index; D, E, F; G, H, I; J, K, L; M, N, O; P, Q, R; S, T, U; V, W, X; Y, Z; Copyright<div>A gallery of famous and eccentric figures animate this entertaining and informative autobiography. Not least is John Jesse who treats life as fun yet established himself as a respected specialist in his field of Art Nouveau and Art Deco. The book is richly illustrated with some of the works he has collected and sold.</div>
Subjects: Electronic books.; Art therapy.; Child artists.; Children''s art -- Criticism and interpretation.;
© 2014., Muswell Press,
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Art as Language : Access to Emotions and Cognitive Skills through Drawings. by Silver, Rawley.;
Cover -- ART AS LANGUAGE: Access to Thoughts and Feelings through Stimulus Drawings -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- LIST OF FIGURES -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- FOREWORD -- PART I STIMULUS DRAWING ASSESSMENTS -- CHAPTER 1 Introduction -- Nonverbal Thinking -- The Emotional Content of Drawings -- The Cognitive Content of Drawings -- Relationships Between Emotion and Cognition -- Organization -- CHAPTER 2 Stimulus Drawing Assessments -- How the Assessments Evolved -- Stimulus Drawings and Techniques -- The Silver Drawing Test of Cognition and Emotion -- Draw-A-Story: Screening for Depression and Age or Gender Differences -- Correlations Among the Stimulus Drawing Assessments -- PART II QUALITATIVE STUDIES -- CHAPTER 3 Emotionally Disturbed, Hospitalized, and Sexually Abused Individuals -- Identifying Troubled Children and Adolescents in Public Schools -- Using the Assessments in Special Schools and Hospitals -- CHAPTER 4 joey, a Child with Learning Disabilities -- CHAPTER 5 Hearing-Impaired Children and Adolescents -- Burt -- Vi -- Lisa -- Charlie -- CHAPTER 6 Adults and Adolescents with Brain Injuries -- Mr.O -- Jim -- Gary -- Mrs. V -- Mrs. J -- Mrs. M -- Assessment of Brain-Injury Patients -- CHAPTER 7 Uses of Humor -- Lethal Humor -- Disparaging Humor -- Resilient Humor -- Ambivalent or Unclear Humor -- Playful Humor -- Results -- CHAPTER 8 Developmental Art Procedures -- Objectives -- Developing Ability to Sequence and Conserve -- Developing Concepts of Space -- 12-Session Art Program -- PART III QUANTITATIVE STUDIES -- CHAPTER 9 Atypical Children, Adolescents, and Adults -- Adolescents and Adults in Detention Facilities -- Clinically Depressed Children, Adolescents, and Adults -- Children with Auditory and Language Impairments -- learning Disabled Children and Adolescents.CHAPTER 10 Age, Gender, and Cultural Differences Among Typical Children, Adolescents, and Adults -- Background -- Age and Gender Differences in Attitudes toward Principal Subjects and Environments -- Gender Differences in the Self-Images, Autonomous Subjects, and Interrelationships Portrayed by Children -- Age and Gender Differences in Attitudes toward Self and Others -- Age and Gender Differences in Attitudes toward the Opposite Sex -- Fantasies about Food and Eating -- Gender Differences in the Spatial Abilities of Adolescents -- Gender Parity and Disparity in Performing Spatial Tasks -- Comparing Attitudes and Spatial Abilities of Aging and Young Adults -- Differences among Aging and Young Men and Women in Attitudes and Cognition -- Cultural Differences and Similarities -- Concluding Observations -- References -- INDEX.Through the use of case studies and more than 150 illustrations of patient artwork, this book summarizes findings of cognitive development and art therapy practices.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Art -- Psychology.; Art therapy for children.; Art therapy.; Children''s art -- Psychological aspects.; Children''s drawings -- Psychological aspects.; Drawing, Psychology of.;
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