Keith Haring: The Boy Who Just Kept Drawing

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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Dial Books
Publish Date
Pages
40
Dimensions
9.3 X 0.4 X 11.3 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780525428190

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About the Author

Kay Haring is the younger sister of artist Keith Haring. Kay lives in southern California. This is her first book.

Robert Neubecker is the award-winning author-illustrator of Wow! City! And Wow! Ocean!. His work has been published by Slate.com, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times.He lives in Park City, Utah, with his family.

Reviews

* "This laudatory biography, written by Haring'ssister, is guided by his unapologetic rejection of artistic pretension and illustratedin--what else?--a friendly and accessible cartoony style that fluidly integratesHaring's own work on subway cars and buildings, as well as in galleries." -- Horn Book, starred review

"Neubecker's colorful illustrations capture the energy with which Keith [Haring] lived his life, and cleverly integrate some of the artist's original works... Always upbeat, this story is a celebration of art and life." -- Booklist

"Neubecker neatly incorporates Haring's real pieces into these zesty, bustling, digital-and-pencil illustrations.... Haring's work pops; Neubecker's compositions and enthusiastic crowd scenes do it wonderful credit." -- Kirkus

"An enlightening look at the merits of street art and how it allows those who may not ordinarily venture into a museum or gallery to experience and enjoy art....Children will relate to young Haring's drive to pursue his calling despite naysayers." --School Library Journal

"Cheerily energetic....Schools with "Picture Person" programs, as well as primary grades art teachers, will want to share this appealing title." --BCCB

"Exuberant...Neubecker (I Won a What?) combines images of Haring's work (all identified in a closing spread) with his own punchy cartooning, which dovetails perfectly with the effervescent energy that characterized Haring's imagery." --Publishers Weekly