"What if Furniture Could Fly?" is a whimsical account of the power of imagination. An aspiring young pilot and canine companion chase a fantastic flotilla of flying furniture and colorful hot air balloons against the backdrop of late 19th century Paris. Let your dreams take flight and think, "what if?" Be prepared to soar to amazing heights with this new series written and illustrated by artist Ryan McCutcheon. A multi-faceted creative experience, with books, games, adventures and art, this JRyanArtist production will surely awaken the flyer in you.
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||5 MB|
|Age Range:||3 - 5 Years|
About the Author
JRyanArtist is a single-artist movement conceived by Ryan McCutcheon who was born in Monroe, LA. ,JRyanArtist is a multitalented artist and designer whose persistence has left a strong impression in Louisiana. He is a walking contradiction; seeking challenges and taking risks. Even though he was diagnosed with Charcot–Marie–Tooth disorder at the age of thirteen he sees ability and does not dwell on his disability. Rules create limitations and there is no room for limitations regarding creativity and visual expression. You can follow "The Adventures of the Flying Furniture" and soar into the social stream. https://www.facebook.com/FlyingFurnitureAdventures
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
What if Furniture could Fly based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This book does not really make a lot of sense. I think it is a rhyming story but then some of the lines don't rhyme.? Even for my young child, age 4, thought the "story" didn't make sense & was boring. The only positive I can give this was for the artwork, which was ok.