The Dot

The Dot

Book - 2003
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Vashti believes that she cannot draw, but her art teacher's encouragement leads her to change her mind.
Publisher: Somerville, MA : 2003. Candlewick Press,
ISBN: 9780763619619
Branch Call Number: E REYN

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HelenCech
Sep 13, 2016

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iluvbooks7
Jan 09, 2016

Classic!

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sunshine23
Apr 01, 2013

Just a simple dot is able to inspire the creativity in all children. This is a small book with a "BIG" message. Check out and enjoy it's sequel "Ish".

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jeedam
Mar 29, 2013

A great lesson for teachers! Love this book!

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MattBCouch
May 10, 2012

Love this book!

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elloyd74
Mar 03, 2012

The cover makes it look a little "precious" or cheesily inspirational, but The Dot is a solid classic about the way we see ourselves and the art we make. Vashti, who says she can't draw, is shown in a breathtakingly simple and kind way by her art teacher that she can. She passes the lesson on.

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chm
Mar 27, 2010

How a little girl is empowered.

kantoni Oct 24, 2009

A short, little story that is very heartwarming. Inspirational, with a little backwards psychology -used in a good way.

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red_lion_1061 thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and under

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juliewu
Mar 30, 2013

juliewu thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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