A Tulip in Winter
A Story About Folk Artist Maud Lewis
- ISBN: 9781771649513
- Tags: All Books, Biography & Memoir, Children's Books,
- Dimensions: 9 x 9
- Published On: 03/07/2023
- 44 Pages
A celebration of a beloved folk artist, and her artistic expression of joy and beauty.
Known for her vibrant and cheerful paintings of landscapes, plants, and animals, Maud Lewis' iconic folk art is celebrated around the world. Despite her beautiful art, she spent much of her life living in poverty with rheumatoid arthritis. In this stunning picture book, author Kathy Stinson and illustrator Lauren Soloy bring Maud's world to life: how she captured in her art what she loved most, while navigating the mobility issues caused by her condition. From bright paintings of the sea and countryside, to the flowers and birds she painted on the walls of the small house she shared with her husband, Maud's work continues to delight and inspire viewers young and old.
A Tulip in Winter features:
- Backmatter about Maud Lewis' life and legacy
- Notes from the author and illustrator about how Maud has impacted their lives
Uplifting and visually compelling, Maud's story will inspire young readers to find and focus on the beauty in their worlds.
Kathy Stinson is the author of a wide range of books for children and adults, including the classic Red Is Best and the TD Canadian Children’s Literature Award–winning picture book The Man With the Violin.
Lauren Soloy is an author and illustrator whose books include When Emily Was Small, Etty Darwin and the Four Pebble Problem, and I’s the B’y. She lives in a 140-year-old house in the wilds of Nova Scotia with her librarian husband, two curious children, an ever- expanding collection of books, two beehives, and one cat.