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David's Drawings

David's Drawings - Cathryn Falwell David likes to draw. He likes to draw what he sees. On the way to school, David sees a tree and finds it beautiful. When he gets to school, he draws what he sees. His classmates decide the drawing needs more and David allows them to add their own touches. He titles the piece "Our Class Picture" and hangs it on the bulletin board. On the way home, he sees the tree again. At home he draws the tree and his sister says it needs 'something.' I loved this book because of its simple messages. It appears David is quiet and reflective about his drawing but open to others' interpretation. At home, his interpretation is perfect.