235. “I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More by Karen Beaumont

A little boy decided to add some color to his house and painted the walls, ceiling, curtains… Not to his mother delight, though. The paint went back to the closet and “Ya ain’t a-gonna paint no more!” Well, maybe not the house, but how about painting his head red, back black or legs like an easter egg?

This outrageously hilarious book, bursting with colors thanks to the vibrant Southern slang and to David Catrow’s pictures, will make you and your little readers burst with laughter.

Hopefully, this story will also help you see that whatever “out of the line”your child does, like carving in an antique table, or covering himself with a container of vaseline, or learning how to use scissors by cutting her hair and clothes ( real cases),  it could always be worse…


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