The Artist and the Blacksmith
Book Title: The Artist and the Blacksmith
Author: Xavier D. Foley
Illustrator: Eylem S. Kantemir.
Summery: We are often so consumed by the humdrum of our day to day lives, that we put things that give us joy on the backseat. However, we need to make time for what excites our soul, and art is one such thing. This poem about the blacksmith and the artist depicts a similar situation; the blacksmith, who believes that art is worthless and counterproductive in society, is overburdened by his labors and is on the verge of giving up. Read on to find out what saves him and reignites the spark in his life.
Purpose: To teach the importance of music in society.
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Children’s books often contain time-honored messages of wisdom and hope. The beautifully crafted prose (Foley) and detailed illustrations (Kantemir) in “The Artist and the Blacksmith,” bring to life a compelling vision of harmony and what harmony truly means. With such attention to detail of time and place, Mr. Foley, just barely over 25 years old, has established himself as an important artist of the coming Age of Enlightenment that we as humanity are just beginning to enter.