The Boy Who Bit Picasso - Antony Penrose

When Tony was a little boy living in England, he had a friend named Pablo Picasso. Tony’s mom was a photographer and his dad was an artist. Picasso visited them on their farm and drew inspiration for his paintings, drawings, and sculptures from the animals he saw there, including their bull, William. Although they were friends, Tony once got overexcited and became The Boy Who Bit Picasso (Abrams, $16.95). And Picasso bit him back. Antony Penrose tells the story of his personal relationship with the world-famous artist, including photos of their families and Picasso’s work. Ages 5-10. HWP
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ISBN: 9780810997288
Availability: Special Order—Subject to Availability
Published: Abrams Books for Young Readers - March 1st, 2011

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