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E-I-E-I-ART is a story that is like the song “Old MacDonald.” When, at the end of the song, you sing “E-I-E-I-O”, you switch it with “art” because that is what the animals on Young MacDonald’s farm become good at doing. The story begins with us learning that Old MacDonald has died, and his grandson, Young MacDonald now has the farm. Young MacDonald doesn’t know how to run a farm because he is from the city. Young MacDonald then takes all of the farm animals to the city and gives them new artist names. The animals learn to paint like old artists and make pretty pictures with paint.

The pictures in this book are pretty to look at! The pictures that the animals make are colorful, and some of them are strange-looking. I like this book because I like art and drawing pictures myself, and after reading this book I know a little more about older artists, too. I think kids of any age will like this book because if they can’t read the words themselves, someone can read to them, and they can look at the colorful pictures.

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Author Mari Tzikas Suarez
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 36 pages
Publisher Self-Published
Publish Date 2019-12-18
ISBN 9780578484518
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Issue July 2020
Category Children's


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