Georgia in Hawaii: When Georgia O'keeffe Painted What She Pleased by Amy NoveskyGeorgia in Hawaii: When Georgia O'keeffe Painted What She Pleased by Amy Novesky

Georgia in Hawaii: When Georgia O'keeffe Painted What She Pleased

byAmy NoveskyIllustratorYuyi Morales

Hardcover | March 20, 2012

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Georgia O'Keeffe's Hawaiian tour celebrates natural beauty and powerful artistic convictions.Georgia O'Keeffe was famous for painting exactly what she wanted, whether flowers or skulls. Who would ever dare to tell her what to paint? The Hawaiian Pineapple Company tried. Luckily for them, Georgia fell in love with Hawaii. There she painted the beloved green islands, vibrant flowers, feathered fishhooks, and the blue, blue sea. But did she paint what the pineapple company wanted most of all? Amy Novesky's lyrical telling of this little-known story and Yuyi Morales's gorgeous paintingsperfectly capture Georgia's strong artistic spirit. The book includes an author's note, illustrator's note, bibliography, map of the islands, and endpapers that identify Georgia's favorite Hawaiian flowers.
Amy Novesky has written several well-received picture books including Georgia in Hawaii: When Georgia O'Keeffe Painted What She Pleased, illustrated by Yuyi Morales. Ms. Novesky lives with her family in Sausalito, California. Visit her online at . YUYI MORALES is a promising new picture book illustrator. A n...
Title:Georgia in Hawaii: When Georgia O'keeffe Painted What She PleasedFormat:HardcoverDimensions:40 pages, 11.5 × 9 × 0.39 inPublished:March 20, 2012Publisher:Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0152054200

ISBN - 13:9780152054205


Editorial Reviews

An appealing and slightly humorous portrayal of O'Keefe's artistic vision and determination, along with a peek at the Hawaii of over half a century ago? accessible, unfussy and visually charming." - Kirkus "A rich and unexpected depiction of a treasured artist." - Publishers Weekly, starred review"