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In Come Look with Me: Exploring Landscape Art with Children art educator Gladys S. Blizzard introduces boys and girls to 12 magnificent landscape paintings. Through these carefully selected works and a thought-provoking text, the author guides students toward an…

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When we say these are the best, we're not kidding. The folding instructions are, of course, Klutz-clear and the trimming and flying information is fully field-tested and approved.

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This massively amazing super-title enables the enormous legions of Marvel fans to draw their favourite heroes right in their very own book. There are tips and pointers galore, along with nine pages of tracing vellum overlaying full-colour artwork, allowing even…

Draw Dinosaurs

by Doug Dubosque

|August 10, 2000

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From initial concept to finished art, the "Learn to Draw" series provides young and beginning artists with practical step-by-step instruction in a warm, friendly voice.

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Step-by-step, easy instructions show how to make pigs, cats, masks, monsters and more. Eight great projects in all! Everyone has the basic ingredients for papier-mâché around the house - newspaper, flour and water - and everyone can do this creative, satisfying…

What Shall I Draw?

by Ray Gibson

|January 1, 1995

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-- Lots of ideas that will capture the imagination and hold the interest of young children -- Inspiring suggestions for those who want to take the basic projects a step further

Colonial Crafts

by Bobbie Kalman

|November 1, 2004

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This book introduces crafts from colonial America through those found in the many reconstructed craft shops in Williamsburg, Virginia. Two others in this series dealing with colonial life are: A Colonial Town: Williamsburg & Tools & Gadgets (both 1992).

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For cat lovers—and there are millions of them—this imaginative coloring book from award-winning artist and designer Ruth Heller offers endless delights. It contains realistic-looking domestic cats, wild cats such as leopards and lions, and wonderful…

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In an average of five steps, Reinagle shows how to draw all sorts of exciting extraterrestrial characters. Each sketch gradually takes the shape of the desired creature in a line-by-line process. The black-and-white illustrations accompanying the written…

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Around the time of WWI, large numbers of African Americans began leaving their homes in the rural South in search of employment in the industrial cities of the North. In 1940, Lawrence chronicled their journey of hope in a flowing narrative sequence of…

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Through clever illustrations and rhymes, this patchwork book introduces the concepts of patching and piecing, then teaches a beginner to make an easy four-square patchwork block using shapes with straight lines and square corners. Children also learn to prepare…

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Only scissors and glue are needed to assemble this colorful scale model of an Indian village of the Southwest. Several dwellings plus 2-sided free-standing figures of Indian villagers engaged in day-to-day activities, games and rituals. Ideal for play fun at home…