I'm Gonna Paint: Ralph Fasanella, Artist of the People


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Holiday House
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10.2 X 10.2 X 0.4 inches | 0.95 pounds

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About the Author

Anne Broyles is a world traveler, vegan cook, hiker, art lover, avid reader, and children's book author. Her published books for children include Arturo and the Bienvenido Feast, Arturo and the Navidad Birds, Priscilla and the Hollyhocks and Shy Mama's Halloween, which have won International Latino Book Awards, Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People, and Bank Street College Best Children's Book of the Year. Anne is an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation. She lives in Portland, Oregon in a multi-generational household that also includes three cats and a dog named Clover.

Victoria Tentler-Krylov is a trained and practicing architect, as well as a children's and editorial illustrator, who grew up in Saint Petersburg, Russia, and studied architecture and urban design at Cooper Union and Columbia University. Books she's illustrated for children include The Cyclops of Central Park, for which she was named an Ezra Jack Keats Award Honoree. Her art has also been published in the New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, and The Boston Globe. Victoria lives in New Jersey with her family.


★ "Broyles highlights the man's 'rambunctious, ' resilient, and independent nature. . . . Tentler-Krylov's dynamic watercolors bring her subject to life. . . . A perfect companion to Levinson's The People's Painter."--The Horn Book, Starred Review

★ "The illustrations employ striking, vibrant colors and attention to minute details, masterfully emulating Fasanella's own style. Readers will enjoy poring over them. . . . A very fine introduction to the life and work of a significant American craftsman."--Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review

★ "Broyles details Ralph's life via an engaging narrative of the intersection between art and organizing, while Tentler-Krylov's closely worked, watercolor-textured illustrations echo the artist's own detailed style."--Publishers Weekly, Starred Review