Book Review: The Man Who Paints the Sky by Jamesa and Loz

The Man Who Paints the Sky by Jamesa  and Loz

James Cockayne (Author), Lauren Carter (Illustrator)

Independently published (March 12, 2021)

26 pages

Children’s Fiction

 

 

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There is a magical man that lives up high. He paints the sun, the moon and sky. Airplanes and birds fly on by. Whilst the man up there paints the sky. The Man Who Paints the Sky is a charming story, igniting the imagination and inspiring the reader to see the world a little differently. Beautiful hand painted illustrations make this delightful story come alive. Perfect for ages 0 – 10.

 

BUY LINK

AMAZON – US

AMAZON – Uk

 

 

REVIEW

 

This cleverly written and beautifully illustrated children’s book covers many basic concepts including rhyming, colors, shapes, and feelings. Your child’s imagination will come alive while viewing this book. Hopefully it will also encourage the wonderful pastime of laying on your back and looking up at the sky.

Reviewed by Comfy Chair Books/Lisa Reigel (April 23, 2021)

A pdf copy of book provided by author

 

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