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YOU are the illustrator of this story! When Miss Mayda enters her library one morning to discover that all the illustrations have disappeared from the books, she frantically calls on the best artists she knows for help: children. Your talents, creativity, and ingenuity are also needed! Help Miss Mayda and the library of Providence Town by being the illustrator of a clever a YOU are the illustrator of this story! When Miss Mayda enters her library one morning to discover that all the illustrations have disappeared from the books, she frantically calls on the best artists she knows for help: children. Your talents, creativity, and ingenuity are also needed! Help Miss Mayda and the library of Providence Town by being the illustrator of a clever adaptation of the classic tale, Cinderella. Pablo Picasso said, “Every child is an artist. The trouble is staying an artist when you grow up.” This book is for artists. For, in this story, all are invited to not only color in the illustrations, but to supply them completely from their own imagination when they disappear. Part coloring book, part illustrate-your-own story, The Day the Pictures Disappeared is perfect for both the budding artist and literary enthusiast. NOTE: This book is intended for use with crayons, colored pencils, pastels and other dry media. Wet media such as markers and paint may bleed through the paper.


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YOU are the illustrator of this story! When Miss Mayda enters her library one morning to discover that all the illustrations have disappeared from the books, she frantically calls on the best artists she knows for help: children. Your talents, creativity, and ingenuity are also needed! Help Miss Mayda and the library of Providence Town by being the illustrator of a clever a YOU are the illustrator of this story! When Miss Mayda enters her library one morning to discover that all the illustrations have disappeared from the books, she frantically calls on the best artists she knows for help: children. Your talents, creativity, and ingenuity are also needed! Help Miss Mayda and the library of Providence Town by being the illustrator of a clever adaptation of the classic tale, Cinderella. Pablo Picasso said, “Every child is an artist. The trouble is staying an artist when you grow up.” This book is for artists. For, in this story, all are invited to not only color in the illustrations, but to supply them completely from their own imagination when they disappear. Part coloring book, part illustrate-your-own story, The Day the Pictures Disappeared is perfect for both the budding artist and literary enthusiast. NOTE: This book is intended for use with crayons, colored pencils, pastels and other dry media. Wet media such as markers and paint may bleed through the paper.

32 review for The Day the Pictures Disappeared: Cinderella

  1. 4 out of 5

    Becca Hoetger

    This is such a fun book! It starts off in rhyme, which sets the mood perfectly for the fairytale of Cinderella. The first few pages are drawn, but not colored in (which I appreciate, since I like to color). The story of Cinderella is beautifully re-crafted by the author and features a blank cover and subsequent blank pages for the reader to illustrate.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Janine

    I received this book through goodreads giveaways for an honest review. The book begins with a fun rhyming story about the books having no more pictures and then it's up to you to draw in the story of Cinderella. I really liked this telling of Cinderella - it was a super cute version. The beginning has black and white illustrations for you to color in and the Cinderella story has blank pages. Really fun book for adults and kids :) I received this book through goodreads giveaways for an honest review. The book begins with a fun rhyming story about the books having no more pictures and then it's up to you to draw in the story of Cinderella. I really liked this telling of Cinderella - it was a super cute version. The beginning has black and white illustrations for you to color in and the Cinderella story has blank pages. Really fun book for adults and kids :)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Angela Demott

    I love this story! The artwork is beautiful and the idea of illustrations wandering off the pages of their book is something that would definitely have intrigued me as a kid. I think the combination of verse and prose makes the story different and more readable for adults who may be doing storytime with children. I'm excited to see (and edit) more in this series. I love this story! The artwork is beautiful and the idea of illustrations wandering off the pages of their book is something that would definitely have intrigued me as a kid. I think the combination of verse and prose makes the story different and more readable for adults who may be doing storytime with children. I'm excited to see (and edit) more in this series.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Billie

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  31. 4 out of 5

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    Susan York

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