Talking to Faith Ringgold PDF/EPUB ✓ Talking to

Talking to Faith Ringgold PDF/EPUB ✓ Talking to


Talking to Faith Ringgold ➺ [Reading] ➼ Talking to Faith Ringgold By Faith Ringgold ➯ – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk In her own words here is a conversational account of Faith Ringgold's life and work in an innovative interactive format Presented in short sections such as Introducing Myself Growing Up and Being an A In her own words here is a conversational account of Faith Talking to PDF/EPUB or Ringgold's life and work in an innovative interactive format Presented in short sections such as Introducing Myself Growing Up and Being an Artist the author and illustrator comments on her achievements how she developed her style and what some of her works mean to her Ideal for use in the classroom or at home the book also contains suggestions for activities and projects¬†¬†.


4 thoughts on “Talking to Faith Ringgold

  1. Amy "the book-bat" Amy "the book-bat" says:

    This book is predominately told by Faith Ringgold I liked that it talked about some of her paintings a little in depth I thought it a little distracting with the side bar uestions I will be able to use a little bit of the information in an upcoming class I would give this one a 35


  2. Kathie Kathie says:

    Full of photos of her works She revealed that she developed her unusual style of art surrounded by uilt pieces instead of frames because wood frames were costly and difficult to ship The book may be a good introduction for children in the middle grades because it has good thought starter uestions and instruction For example she asks the reader to look at the portrait of Mona Lisa and determine how the artist directs one's eyes to her face then follows with an explanation


  3. Pam Pam says:

    Somehow I missed Faith Ringgold but now that I have found her I love to look at her art uilts as they are so fun so full of life yet instilled with strong messages This book is an interesting combination of an autobiography an introduction to her artwork and a how to book for making your own personal art While it looks like a picture book it is really aimed at older children perhaps 3rd to 6th graders but is wonderful for all ages including adults


  4. Sam Frank Sam Frank says:

    originally read it in 1998 met her when I was 9 years old Wonderful book children's book


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