I first fell in love with Ged Adamson’s art with Shark Dog. This may make me sound like an amature unfortunately. His new book, Ava and the Rainbow Who Stayed is no exception. As soon as I saw that simple, cute little face on that rainbow, I was smitten. His artwork is so detailed. There are little hidden treasures on every inch.
The story itself is perfect! Ava discovers this lovely rainbow one day. The next day it was still there! People came from far and wide to see the spectacular phenomenon. I am not going to tell you the ending, but the life lesson is paramount. Appreciate the people and things around you. Don’t take anything for granted!
We used rainbow sprinkles to do a slomo “raindrop,” over the book. With the sprinkles left all over the table, we made, Sprinkle Art. This is so much fun and it looks delightful!! Beware of sneaky children that may stop gluing to lick sprinkles off of the table.