My younger daughter brings this book home from kindergarten every single day. She and her sister pore over it at the breakfast table. There are so many clever things about this book, things that are spot on. I love the way the pictures are displayed as if they are in a museum, and the museum-goers are doing things that echo the contents of the pictures. The transparencies that turn Michelangelo into Adam are clever; I also love the 2 versions of De la Tour's *Cardsharp* where you have to figure out what's different about them. The Holbein anamorphosis is pretty clear to my 6-year-old. I have a PhD in art history and have published about some of these paintings, and frankly I am just thrilled to death that this book has somehow made them exciting to my children. I wish I could get the others in the series--they really should be in print.