8 edition of Hugo and Miles In I"ve Painted Everything found in the catalog.
April 23, 2007 by Houghton Mifflin .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||40|
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Kindergarten-Grade 3—When Hugo, an elephant, finishes his painting of an electrical outlet, he realizes that he has painted everything in Cornville and is fresh out of ideas.
His canine friend, Miles, suggests a trip to Paris for inspiration/5(6). Both the dust jacket and the book cover have the texture of a canvas. The cover is designed Hugo and Miles in I've Painted Everything is the story of Hugo, an elephant artist who experiences a painter's block.
When he finds himself in a serious funk, his friend Miles /5. What happens when a very creative artist runs out of things to paint.
Just runs out—as in, he’s painted everything!Hugo, the artist in question, is in an elephunk, so he and his friend Miles leave Cornville for a whirlwind trip to Paris. They visit museums, parks, and landmarks. Scott Magoon's HUGO & MILES IN I'VE PAINTED EVERYTHING.
tells of a creative artist elephant who can't find anything further to paint. A whirlwind trip to Paris seems to offer few solutions - until Hugo discovers he has plenty to paint if only he begins to see things in a different light.5/5(5).
Hugo, a blue pachyderm who loves to paint, is “in an elephunk.” He surrounds himself with portraits of his animal friends, images of local buildings and still lifes of his favorite food View.
Hugo is deep in an "elephunk" because he's already "painted everything!" The buddies leave their happy hometown of Cornville for a revitalizing trip to Paris.
They tour the major sights: Notre Dame, the Arc de Triomphe, Montmartre, the Louvre, Musée D'Orsay, etc. Atop the Eiffel Tower, Hugo has an epiphany: change his point of view and then paint "everything all over again, only differently."Author: Scott Magoon.
Hugo and Miles in I've Painted Everything. by Scott Magoon • About the Book • About the Author About the Book Meet Hugo the Elephant, Cornville's painter extraordinaire. He's so extraordinary, in fact, that he believes he has painted everything. And since an artist without an idea is an artist.
Hugo and Miles Hugo and Miles In Ive Painted Everything book I've Painted Everything by Scott Magoon,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). Hugo & Miles in I've Painted Everything.
View fullsize Hugo and Miles In I've Painted Everything. $ By Scott Magoon. Ah, Paree. I don’t know about you, but it’s hard for me to come up with ideas.
Well, good ones anyway. Keep painting everything. This book is currently out of print but you can find it to buy online, your local. This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue. Hugo and Miles In I've Painted Everything shows young readers that, sometimes, one small change can spark a new burst of imagination and creativity.
So, this week we are exploring how to look at the same old things in a whole new way. Scott Magoon's first Houghton Mifflin book, Hugo & Miles in I've Painted Everything!, is a real treat. I wanted to read it as soon as I saw the cover in the catalog.
Hugo is a blue elephant. The cover photo shows Hugo looking crestfallen, in a paint-spattered smock, standing in front of. This week, Scott reads art teacher fave HUGO & MILES IN I'VE PAINTED EVERYTHING (Courtesy HMH), and shows you how to come up with new ideas for what to draw (hint: turn it upside down!), answers.
About the Book Meet Hugo the Elephant, Cornville's painter extraordinaire. He's so extraordinary, in fact, that he believes he has painted everything. And since an artist without an idea is an artist in trouble, Hugo's best friend, Miles, decides the painter in a predicament must accompany him on a very important business trip to Paris.
Hugo & Miles in: I've painted everything!. [Scott Magoon] -- When elephant artist Hugo develops artist's block, his friend Miles convinces him to go along on a trip to Paris, where Hugo learns to see things in new ways.
A good kid's art book simplifies the process in such a way that it remains interesting without ever becoming simplistic. Holbrook: A Lizard's Tale was able to do this, but that was more of a chapter book.
So it was that I was delighted to find that "Hugo and Miles in I've Painted Everything!" is just what the doctor ordered tot-wise/5. If he paints a large painting, clearly it will be "Hugo-mongous." And so on. You can read the rest of the review here.
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