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How to Draw 101 Animals

 Format: Paperback  Author: Dan Green  Category: Children's Books  Reading Age: 5 years and up  Grade Level: 3 - 4  Publisher: Imagine That  Published: July 1, 2003  ISBN: 1842297406  Pages: 48  Language: English  Dimension: 8.5 x 0.2 x 11 inches  File Size: 19696 KB  Item Weight: 1.2lb  Edition: Illustrated edition  Illustrator: Sorwar Alam  Translator: Jacks Fahm  Download  Buy Now  Alibris123  Amazon Kindle  Apple Books  Barnes & Noble  Google Play  Kobo  Lifeway  Mardel  Smashwords  Sony Reader

Simple step-by-step line illustrations make it easy for children to draw with confidence. Each title contains 101 different images in all manner of shapes, sizes and poses.

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 by Kathlene M.
Great for kids that love to draw!

I bought this for Christmas for my six-year-old grandson that loves Drawing. He loves it! Frankly I am tired of seeing kids these days with their nose stuck in a phone, tablet, computer, or gaming device. It seems to have become too easy for parents to hand electronics to a child to keep them entertained and then we wonder why our kids these days are not doing as well in school. I know that I canโ€™t really change the way that my kid or yours raises their children, but if I can buy them gifts to encourage them to read or draw, hopefully it will at least get their nose out of electronics for a little while. Thankfully, my daughter does limit the time that my grandchildren are allowed to play with electronics. I hope yours are too ๐Ÿ™‚

I bought this with my own money, I have not been compensated in any way, and I have not been begged for a review (that I know of, I honestly never check my Amazon messages lol). Best wishes and happy shopping! Please click like if you found my review helpful ๐Ÿ™‚

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Dan Green

Dan Green is a London-based writer and editor with an amazing ability for science communication. He is the Editor of The Week Junior's brand new Science+Nature magazine. His award-winning books include Rebel Science and Basher Science, and have sold over...

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