If you know kids who love dogs and drawing, this award-winning book is made just for them! Learn to Draw Dogs and Puppies includes easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions for drawing 25 dogs and puppies of all different breeds. This book is geared to children age six and older.
The award-winning Learn to Draw Animals is a journey into the wild kingdom. Following easy, step-by-step instructions, children learn to draw 26 wild creatures, starting with basic shapes that are developed into remarkably lifelike finished images. This book is geared to children age six and older.
This is a book that every student of architecture should keep in his or her backpack. It's also a book students may want to hide from their professors, for it explains many esoteric classroom subjects in a clear, simple, and often humorous way. 128 pages.
Youngsters 5 and up will learn basic art techniques and use them to produce fabulous finished pieces. This series gently takes youngsters beyond what they know - on the left page are how-tos, on the right page is the finished piece. By Jennifer Lipsey.
"The Cave Painter of Lascaux" is sure to spark children's curiosity about art and art history. On a school trip to the Caves of Lascaux in the south of France, Anna gets separated from the class and bumps into a real caveman — one of the artists who painted the pictures. Hardcover. 32 pages.
Learn to Draw Cats and Kittens is filled with easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions that make drawing easy and fun. As kids follow along with the clear illustrations, they learn to develop their drawings from basic shapes to finished masterpieces. Geared to children age six and older.
This book is a great learning tool for ages 4–12 as art teacher Nicole Siebert shows actual photos of children doing the innovative art projects step by step. It includes 25 art projects that employ crayons, markers, paint, paper, and more. Author — Nicole Siebert. 88 pages.
Young Marie wants to be a ballerina, but her parents have no money for lessons. She must earn what little money she can as an artist's model at a ballet school. Then, her life takes an unusual turn when she models for the famous sculptor, Edgar Degas.
This brand-new title in Laurence Anholt's beautifully illustrated children's series of stories about famous artists, Anholt's Artists Books for Children, recounts an adventure experienced by Paul, a little boy who is named after his father, Paul Cézanne.
In Big Book of Everything Manga, kids learn how to draw manga eyes, heads, faces, and bodies, as well as manga fantasy characters, manga "shoujo," and manga monsters. Detailed illustrations offer step-by-step instruction and fun, colorful inspiration.
Featuring Tiana, Cinderella, Ariel, Snow White, Belle, and others, this activity book makes it easy and fun for kids to learn to draw their favorite Disney princesses. Step-by-step instructions lead young artists through the drawing process. Paperback. 144 pages.
With The Subway Graffiti Sketchbook, today's graffiti artists can go back to the medium's roots and find inspiration without fear of arrest. The book contains 54 accurate line drawings of subway cars in a unique concertina binding that allows you to create amazing sequences of subway cars.
The Charley Harper Memory Game is a fun game for all ages featuring Harper’s graphic and colorful illustrations. Players take turns flipping cards and finding matched images (there are 36 pairs of images in all). When all the cards are matched, the player with the most pairs wins!
In Why Your Five Year Old Could Not Have Done That, author Susie Hodge sets out to counter that familiar sentiment by explaining why the best examples of modern art are actually the result of sophisticated thought and serious talent.
This book helps children appreciate the different ways that artists employ nature in their work. It examines an array of examples, including sculpture gardens, mazes, land art, and nature-related works in museums, while exploring the works of international artists. Author — Barbara Stieff. 96 pages.
Big art for little hands, The Art Coloring Book is an enchanting activity book featuring the work of dozens of great painters. It allows young artists to explore the world's masterpieces on their own terms and with plenty of space to color outside the lines.
The Usborne Book of Drawing, Doodling and Coloring is packed with wonderfully wild pictures to color, groovy guided drawing activities, and doodle-starters from which drawings can grow and grow until they cover the whole page. It's pure delight for children age six and older. 126 pages.
Jean, this story's handsome, long-haired little boy, happens to have a very famous father - the artist Pierre Auguste Renoir. But the boy also has a problem. Despite Jean's many protests, his father thinks Jean's hair is too beautiful to be cut short.