Eye of the Beholder

Eye of the Beholder Tyler and Lymie are sick in bed and bored out of their minds But while their hometown plans a festival for a famous local artist and folks scramble to find his last known works of art the boys hatch

  • Title: Eye of the Beholder
  • Author: Daniel Hayes
  • ISBN: 9780449002353
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
  • Tyler and Lymie are sick in bed and bored out of their minds But while their hometown plans a festival for a famous local artist, and folks scramble to find his last known works of art, the boys hatch a clever plot Tyler and Limy create their own sculptures as a joke and discard them near the artist s studio But when the sculptures are found and determined to be authentTyler and Lymie are sick in bed and bored out of their minds But while their hometown plans a festival for a famous local artist, and folks scramble to find his last known works of art, the boys hatch a clever plot Tyler and Limy create their own sculptures as a joke and discard them near the artist s studio But when the sculptures are found and determined to be authentic, the art world is suddenly abuzz with news of the amazing discovery and two boys with great imaginations are in a hilarious heap of trouble

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    1. Eye of the Beholder written by, Daniel Hayes. This book is about these two mischievous kids that want to get revenge on their town. By doing that they sculpted forgeries and claiming them to belong to the local legendary artist Benito Badoglio. Then chaos happens and town thinks its from some one genuine. The cause and effect is that they goofed around with art and become abuzz with the world of art. When they wanted to get revenge the town just thought it was gift from the famous artist. They g [...]

    2. Age:9-12Good follow up book to Trouble with Lemons. Great to use for cause and effect. Also,all of the art references lend to opportunities for research projects.Instructional ideas: Literature circles, journal response, character development, discuss the art presented in the book, research well-known artist in the region, friendship, family relations, decision making, prediction, truthfulness, actions and consequences.

    3. This was a book I read in a college children's literature class. I re-read it with Matthew a couple of months ago. It is the best of Daniel Haye's books (we think). Timewise it probably comes after Trouble with Lemons. This book is far more humorous and somewhat slapstick, but has a good message also. Especially for teens (in all of us)

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