Friday, December 28, 2012
Book Review - Express Yourself!: Use art to explore the emotions inside you!
What does your art reveal about you? The cool questions, colorful quizzes, and quick art projects in this book will help you explore and express your feelings. You'll learn that how you do something can be more important than how well you do it. This book isn't about creating "perfect" art--it's about creating art as a way to discover something new about yourself and the world around you.
My Take on the Book
This book reveals how art can help girls explore their feelings. Cool questions, colorful quizzes, and quick art projects guide girls through their emotions. With each fun activity, girls explore how they do something rather than how well they do it. This book doesn't teach girls how to create “perfect” art—it teaches them how to use art as a way to discover something new about themselves and the world around them. The new Girl of the Year 2013 titles and Express Yourself activity book will be available on January 1, 2013, wherever books are sold, as well as through the American Girl catalog, at americangirl.com, and at American Girl retail stores
The projects allow the girl to use all of her senses to explore her feelings and her ideas.
I highly recommend this book as a gift for any young girl who enjoys art: whether it is doodling, drawing, sculpting, painting,etc. Maybe the young girl just needs an outlet for expression and will find the art hidden inside herself.
All opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way by the company. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer or provider. Please refer to this site's Disclaimer for more information. I have been compensated or given a product free of charge, but that does not impact my views or opinions.
New to the Divadom or to Dad of Divas Reviews?
Please Subscribe to my RSS Feed! Subscribe in a reader
Questions? Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org