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Let's Draw Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Beasts with Crayola (R) ! - (Let's Draw with Crayola (R) !)

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Number of Pages: 32

Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Sub-Genre: Art

Series Title: Let's Draw with Crayola (R) !

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Lerner Publications (Tm)

Age Range: 4-8 years

Book theme: Drawing

Author: Kathy Allen

Language: English

Street Date: January 1, 2019
TCIN: 54015530
UPC: 9781541546080
Item Number (DPCI): 248-23-2581

Description

"With few words and plenty of (appropriately) colorful diagrams, the Let's Draw with Crayola! series uses basic shapes to playfully teach kids how to draw a multitude of creatures and objects. Double-page spreads introduce thematic groups of critters or things, offering step-by-step illustrations that map out exactly how they should be drawn. A legend at the beginning of each section shows the simple shapes that make up the figures--circles, half circles, trapezoids, squares--and the instructions grow increasingly complex as the book progresses. Early drawings of, for example, eyes or wings are incorporated into the more difficult forms that appear later. Aliens and Spaceships uses plenty of circular shapes to make cheerful aliens and simple planets; more challenging drawings include rocket ships and rovers. Young artists master paws, claws, and antennae in Bugs and Critters before moving on to animals real (Screech the Owl), imaginary (a funky binocular bug), or mashed-up (a foxdeer). Dinosaurs are creatively categorized in Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Beasts 'Meat-Eating Dinosaurs, ' 'Plant-Eating Dinosaurs, ' 'Funny-Looking Dinosaurs, ' and 'Made-Up Dinosaurs' all appear. Kooky Characters is a catch-all: readers can draw everything from a mermaid to a mad scientist. Final spreads in each book show versions of the drawings frolicking together, and a page of Crayola crayons introduces colors. A cute, bright, math-based approach to art."--Booklist

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