The students learned about the artist named Roy Lichtenstein, a painter who was working in the United States in the 1960’s. Lichtenstein noticed the prevalence of advertising in our culture and began painting portraits of the people he found in advertisements. He was part of
“Knuffle Bunny” We read this hilarious tale of a young child who goes on an errand with her daddy and loses her favorite toy, Knuffle Bunny. Unable to talk, the girl makes silly gestures and word choices in an effort to communicate with her daddy.