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YAA/ YOUNG AT ART MUSEUM
ARTSPACE/ VIRGINIA MILLER
LESLIE LEW COLOURING BOOK
Tolerance... and being accepting of differences... is what my children's book is all about.
The theme of the story really teaches kids to be more tolerant of differences and addresses the on-going problem with bullying and being bullied.
The story is about
(Boo-Key), a kitty that doesn't look like a kitty. She is teased and accused of looking like a Gremlin. The story takes place in
All of the animals will not play with her because she is different. It is not until
meets the mean old rat that has been terrorizing the garden that things change.
proves that being different is not bad, and sometimes just being who you are can "Save the Day".
is a real kitty!
(The book is available for purchase below)
"Buki Looked Diffreren
"A Scary Animal"
"What A Great Vie
w From The Top"
"Snap and Grunt"
She Loved To Be O.U.T In The Garden"
"You Look Like A Gremlin"
"You Look Different"
Someday, The Animals Will Know Who You Are"
"Whenever The Rat Was In The Garden No One Could Play"
"The Rat Knocked The Watering Can Onto Buki. She Did Not Like The Way The Rat Behaved"
"Now Buki Looked Like A Scary Animal With Hair This Way And That"
"Being Different Is Really Not Bad. Just By Being Herself Buki Saved The Day"
BELOW TO ORDER "BUKI'S GARDEN":
"Buki's Garden", Story and Pictures by Leslie Lew
BUKI'S GARDEN MATCHBOX PAINTING
MATCHBOX PAINTING, 7"X5", sculpted acylic monotype on canvas, 2014
The matchbox painting comes framed for $50.