Delightful summer reading… During another trip to the library this week, I found three little books on art from a series co-published by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. What Makes a Monet a Monet? and What Makes a Picasso a Picasso? and What Makes a Goya a Goya? were written by Richard Muhlberger for young readers (ages 9-12), an age where a lot of my heart resides. But they are nicely written, are not condescending (this adult enjoyed them), and are full of interesting information and insights. Some other artists in the series include Van Gogh, Leonardo, Rembrandt, Cassatt, Raphael, and Degas. I love reading about art! When I grow up I want to be an art historian!