Izzy Paints (Hardcover)

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Izzy Paints By Tim Miller, Tim Miller (Illustrator) Cover Image

Izzy Paints (Hardcover)

By Tim Miller, Tim Miller (Illustrator)

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“Izzy’s happiness at creating something of their own and the simple but lively text make for a delightful and engaging read-aloud. A charming stroll through the imagination and a testament to the joys of creativity.” —Kirkus

Inspired by a museum visit, a young koala decides to make art of their very own in this playful picture book from acclaimed author-artist Tim Miller. Perfect for fans of The Dot, What Do You Do with an Idea?, and The Book of Mistakes.

Izzy loves the big city—especially the art museum.

Izzy is so inspired by the art all around—now it's time to make their own!

This joyful celebration of creativity will spark the imagination of every young reader.

Tim Miller is an author and illustrator of children’s books who lives in New Jersey with his wife and three cats. Tiny Kitty, Big City is inspired by the real-life story of rescuing a litter of kittens in New York City and finding them homes. You can visit Tim online at www.timmillerillustration.com.



Tim Miller is an author and illustrator of children’s books who lives in New Jersey with his wife and three cats. Tiny Kitty, Big City is inspired by the real-life story of rescuing a litter of kittens in New York City and finding them homes. You can visit Tim online at www.timmillerillustration.com.

Product Details ISBN: 9780063119758
ISBN-10: 0063119757
Publisher: Balzer + Bray
Publication Date: November 8th, 2022
Pages: 40
Language: English

"The charmingly breezy art depicts Izzy and other figures in thick marker-like lines, giving them a contrasting simplicity to both the complexity of the detailed city in its saturated ’70s colors and the paint-like strokes and splatters of Izzy’s artwork. Izzy’s final piece... underscores the fun of the creative process... and the wry humor playing between text and art is a bonus."  — Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books (starred review)

"Rhythmic, declarative sentences and stripped-down characterizations and settings let the creative process and its rewards shine—and, via the artist’s spattering, splattering hues, bring new meaning to the term 'flying colors.'”  — Publishers Weekly

"Izzy’s happiness at creating something of his own and the simple but lively text make for a delightful and engaging read-aloud. A charming stroll through the imagination and a testament to the joys of creativity." — Kirkus Reviews