The Brave Little Kite - by Katherine Pyle
"I never can do it," the little kite said, as he looked around at the others high over his head. "I know I should fall if I try to fly." "Try," said the big kite, "only try! Or I fear you never will learn at all." But the little kite said, "I'm afraid I'll fall." The big kite nodded: "Ah well, goodbye: I'm off," and he rose toward the tranquil sky. Then the little kite's paper stirred at the sky. And trembling he shook himself free for flight. First whirling and frightened, then braver grown, up, up he rose through the air alone, till the big kite looking down could see, the little one rising steadily. Then how the little kite thrilled with pride, as he sailed with the big kite, side by side! While far below he could see the ground, and the boys like small spots, moving around. They rested high in the quiet air, and only the birds and the clouds were there. "Oh, how happy I am!" the little kite cried, "And all because I was brave and tried."
8x10 Art Print
Most everyone enjoys flying a kite...holding tightly to the string as you let it out...laying on your back watching it soar close to the fluffy white clouds...there is something so relaxing with kite flying. This "kite flying" art print is perfect for framing and would make a lovely print for your child's playroom.
ThisArt Print will be printed on Epson's Ultra Premium Photo Paper Luster. This custom art print created by Netties Expressions is printed on Epson’s Ultra Premium Photo Paper Luster with an Epson Stylus Photo R2000, using pigment ink. This instant drying paper delivers highly saturated prints by offering maximum ink coverage and a high D-Max for true photographic reproductions. Its 10-mil RC base gives prints a photographic feel, and keeps the paper cockle-free. Wedding, portrait and fine-art photographers have traditionally used luster paper for their photos.
The paper is 8″x10″. There is a narrow white edge left all the way around the print in order for the print to correctly show in your frame.
Print is packaged in a cellophane sleeve with backing board to keep printed from being damaged.