My Dog Thinks I’m A Genius

My Dog Thinks I'm A Genius Book CoverAn eight-year-old budding artist finds out he is not the only one in the family with talent. When the boy thinks he is finished painting his daily masterpiece, he asks his dog if his work is done. His dog, Louie, barks suggesting his master include him in the picture to perfectly complete the painting. Unfortunately, the boy must leave to go to school as his pouting pooch watches from the window. Louie spends the day in the art studio creating a rendition of Cezanne’s “Still Life with Fruit Basket,” proving he and his master are both creative geniuses. Barroux’s warm and charming illustrations bring life to the loving relationship between a dog and his master. cc
Title: My Dog Thinks I’m A Genius
Author: Harriet Ziefert
Illustrator: Barroux
Publisher: Blue Apple Books, New Jersey
Copyright: 2011
Original language: English
ISBN: 978-1-60905-059-7
Hardcover pages: 40
Age range: 4-8
Genre: Picture book
Author’s residence: United States
Illustrator’s ethnicity: French
Illustrator’s residence: France
Subjects: Animals, Art, Creativity, Dogs, Painting, Pets

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