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L'histoire est simple mais pleine d'émotion. Les images sont facile à décrypter. L'histoire donne une explication sur les plantes qui s'appellent "paintbrush," "pinceaux" qu'on trouve au Texas et dans le Wyoming.
I purchased this product used and the book was in great condition. I love the story of the Indian Paintbrush. I gave this copy to my daughter, along with the Legend of the Bluebonnet, for her 1st birthday (I pressed the specific flower in each book). My son decided his sister should be called "Bluebonnet" so she is my Texas wildflower.
I purchased this book for my sister who I sent tea towels with Indian Paintbrush embroidered on them. She liked the book. It is a classic in libraries in Texas as it blooms all over Texas profusely in the Spring
This book was from a public library and very worn. It was covered with library stickers on cover, back and spine with a library pocket and card in back. Although the name of the library was stamped repeatedly throughout the book, nowhere did I see a "discard" stamp. Additionally, the book was advertised to be in English and, in fact, is in Spanish.
It's an ok little story, but not particularly original. My four year old tired of it rather quickly, as did I. A boy has an artistic talent, which he fosters instead of being a hunter. He's rewarded by bringing flowers to the prairies. I wish there was more to it, or that the moral was more interesting or just better. Or at least that the art work was more impressive. Its mediocre all the way round