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Camille and the sunflowers

Laurence Anholt

Camille and the sunflowers

A story about Vincent van Gogh.

by Laurence Anholt

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Published by Frances Lincoln in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gogh, Vincent van, -- 1853-1890.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination(32)p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18433314M
    ISBN 100711210500

    Camille and the Sunflowers A Story About Vincent Van Gogh (Book): Anholt, Laurence: Despite the derision of their neighbors, a young French boy and his family befriend the lonely painter who comes to their town and begin to admire his unusual paintings. Camille is the son of the local postman, and the yellow man is a painter called Vincent in this story based on the life of Vincent van Gogh. The book includes several reproductions of Van Gogh's work, including "Vase with 14 Sunflowers".

    In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read.   Camille and the Sunflowers explore Vincent Van Gogh’s art through the eyes of a child. Camille is fascinated with Van Gogh’s paintings, especially Starry Night and The Sunflowers. Camille accepts Vincent and his work, unlike many of those in the village. Camille and the Sunflowers is filled with reproductions of Vincent’s work.

    Camille and the Sunflowers by Laurence Anholt, , download free ebooks, Download free PDF EPUB ebook.   Camille and the Sunflowers A Story About Vincent Van Gogh (Book): Anholt, Laurence: Where Camille lived, the sunflowers grew so high they looked like real sunsOne day a strange man arrived in Camille's town. He had a straw hat and a yellow beard. So begins this fascinating tale of Camille, a little boy who is the son of a small-town postman.


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Camille and the sunflowers by Laurence Anholt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Camille and the Sunflowers, was written by Laurence Anholt, and published in by Barons Educational Series Inc. This book was manufactured by South China and is a first edition for the United States. This is a children’s story about the famous artist Vincent Van Gogh/5(41).

Camille and the Sunflowers recaptures a snippet in time in the life of painter Vincent Van Gogh. He was a poor man, traveling from town to town in order to fulfill his passion of painting. A lovely picture book that ellicits a Camille and the sunflowers book of pure joy for nature.

Van Gogh meets a young family and sets his mind to painting the family and the countryside/5. VAN GOGH AND THE SUNFLOWERS by Laurence Anholt One day, a strange man arrives in Camille's town.

It is the artist, Vincent van Gogh. His extraordinary paintings of sunflowers and the "Starry Night" entrance the young boy, but not everyone in the town appreciates his genius.

Here is a classic tale about acceptance of those who are different/5(73). "Where Camille lived, the sunflowers grew so high they looked like real sunsOne day a strange man arrived in Camille's town. He had a straw hat and a yellow beard." So begins this fascinating 5/5(3).

Focusing on a short period in Vincent Van Gogh's life, this story is told through the eyes of Camille, the postmaster's son. His family befriends the artist and Vincent paints their portraits.

Not only do we learn about Van Gogh's paintings, but we also get an insight into the position of an ‘outsider’ in society. Description of the book "Camille and the Sunflowers": One day a strange man arrives in Camille's town.

He has a straw hat and a yellow beard. The man turns out to be the artist Vincent van Gogh. This is an introduction to the great painter, seen through the eyes of a young boy entranced by his painting. There are reproductions of Van Gogh's work.

Camille and the Sunflowers, by Laurence Anholt (true story about Vincent Van Gogh) Picture sequencing cards (3 sets) Sticky notes with sequencing words.

Timer. Whole-Class Activity: Read story to the class, relating Braidy icons to the story elements. Have students listen for feeling words. A shorter version is available online at. Camilla and the Sunflowers - Laurence Anholt, book, resources - book, teaching resources, story, cards, mat, sequencing, primary resources, play, Early Years (EYFS.

Camille and the Sunflowers, was written by Laurence Anholt, and published in by Barons Educational Series Inc.

This book was manufactured by South China and is a first edition for the United States. This is a children’s story about the famous artist Vincent Van Gogh/5(61).

Camille and the Sunflowers: A Story about Vincent Van Gogh. Camille was the son of the postman in a little town in the south of France. He loved to help his father unload the bags of mail from the train every day, and one day he saw a most peculiar looking man getting off the train.

"Where Camille lived, the sunflowers grew so high they looked like real sunsOne day a strange man arrived in Camille's town. He had a straw hat and a yellow beard." So begins this fascinating tale of Camille, a little boy who is the son of a small-town postman. Camille meets the man with the yellow beard, and they become friends.

"Where Camille lived, the sunflowers grew so high they looked like real suns - a whole field of burning yellow suns." So begins Laurence Anholt's engaging picture book about the relationship between the postman's son and Vincent van Gogh.

As the story unfolds, Camille and his family befriend and help this strange painter.5/5(5). Learners create original works of "sunflower" art using Van Gogh's paintings and the book "Camille and the Sunflowers" as a basis. Pastels and sugar paper are the suggested medium for this creative project.

This is Anholt Artist's book Camille and the Sunflowers read by the artist and author Laurence Anholt. To find out more please visit   Where Camille lives, the sunflowers grow so high they look like real suns.

One day a strange man arrives in Camille's town. He has a straw hat and a yellow beard and his name is Vincent van Gogh/5(). Camille 1. Where Camille lived, the sunflowers grew so high they looked like real suns. Every day he crossed the sunflower field to meet his father, the postman.

He loved to help his father unload the bags of mail from the train every day. One day, a strange man came to Camille´s village. Hello. I´m Vincent, the painter.

Camille and the Sunflowers: A Story about Vincent Van Gogh Laurence Anholt No preview available - About the author () Laurence Anholt is part of a husband-and-wife team who have worked together on more than 60 picture books, published all over the world in more than 17 different languages.

Their picture books including the Chimp and. Where Camille lives, the sunflowers grow so high they look like real suns. One day a strange man arrives in Camille's town.

He has a straw hat and a yellow beard and his name is Vincent van Gogh. Featuring stunning reproductions of the great artist's work and based on a true-life incident as seen through the eyes of a small boy, this is the perfect introduction to Vincent van Gogh for children.5/5(1).

One day a painter comes to live in Camille's town. Camille and his father make friends with the painter. The painter paints Camille's whole family. The people in the village laugh at the paintings. That makes Camille very sad. "Listen, Camille," said his father, "People often laugh at things that are different, but I've got a feeling that one day they will learn to love Vincent's paintings.".

Where Camille lived, the sunflowers grew so high they looked like real sunsOne day a strange man arrived in Camille's town. He had a straw hat and a yellow beard.

So begins this fascinating tale of Camille, a little boy who is the son of a small-town postman. Camille meets the man with the yellow beard, and they become friends.5/5(7).

"Where Camille lived, the sunflowers grew so high they looked like real suns - a whole field of burning yellow suns." So begins Laurence Anholt's engaging picture book about the relationship between the postman's son and Vincent van Gogh.

As the story unfolds, Camille /5(54).“Camille and the Sunflowers” A story Vincent van Gogh – book STORYBOOK PORTFOLIO - SB1 Anholt, Laurence. “Camille and the Sunflower” A story about Vincent Van Gogh. Barron’s Education Series, Inc.

London. File Size: KB.Author:Anholt, Laurence. Camille and the Sunflowers. Book Binding:Hardback. All of our paper waste is recycled within the UK and turned into corrugated cardboard.

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