Meet Me at the Art Museum
After being discarded on the floor of an art museum, Stub (a museum ticket) has nowhere to go until Daisy the docent's helper (a name tag) finds him and offers him a tour of the museum. Stub meets a badge who keeps the artworks safe, a computer who archives them, and other characters who work there. From the director's office to the library to the conservator's studio to the loading dock, Stub discovers who does what, and what goes on, behind the scenes at the museum. He even finds a home for himself among the museum's many treasures! David Goldin combines actual artworks by famous artists, found pieces, and digital art to tell Stub's sweet story. Filled with fun facts and a glossary, the book wonderfully introduces young readers to all that museums have to offer.
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Origin: United States
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