School vacation is almost over, but Kenya hasn’t done anything to report to her class and her teacher, Mrs. Garcia. Then Daddy takes her to a museum where she learns how to Recycle! Reuse! Make Art! The author drew her inspiration for this story from a class activity when she was a first grade teacher in a New York City public school.
Kenya’s Art is the third book in the series about Kenya and her family, following Kenya’s Song and Kenya’s Word. You’ll find it where books are sold in January, 2016.
For information on author visits, contact Linda Trice's publisher, Donna Spurlock, at (800) 225-3214, ext. 122, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Trice's depiction of a close-knit, supportive family and Hazel Mitchell's warm, inviting illustrations leave you with a smile. Kenya's triumph at the end is a victory for her and each child who read her story." (read more)
"Kenya's story begins when her mother orders her to get rid of all her broken toys, including the one she is currently playing with, a prize from her art teacher. A broken-toy purge turns into an art-making session in this look at recycling and reuse."