The Little Painter of Sabana Grande
Bradbury Press, 1993 - 32 pages
When Fernando's teacher tells him how to make his own paints, he knows how he'll spend his vacation. He'll make wonderful pictures with beautiful colors. But when the paints are stirred and brushes ready, Fernando has a terrible thought--he has no paper. Then he gets an idea that brightens his entire village of Sabana Grande. Full color.
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THE LITTLE PAINTER OF SABANA GRANDEUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Fernando's teacher has told him how to make paint with natural materials—charcoal, berries, clay—so that he can continue with his art during the vacation; the one thing lacking is paper. Still, the ... Read full review
This book is awesome