The Paperback of the Ed Emberley's Drawing Book of Animals by Ed Emberley at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Find the complete Ed Emberley Drawing Books book series by Ed Emberley. Ed Emberley's Drawing Book of Animals - Book of the Ed Emberley Drawing. Ed Emberley's Drawing Book of Animals (Paperback). By Ed Emberley, Ed Emberley (Illustrator). LB Kids, , 32pp. Publication Date: April 5,
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This classic book is packed with cool things that kids-and not a few adults-really want to draw. Easy and fun, the book provides hours of art-full entertainment. Product Details About the Author. He lives in Ipswich, MA.
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Ed Emberley's Drawing Book of Animals 4. My 4 year old son loves using them and sharing them with the kids at daycare.
We have since bought the other books by Ed Emberley and know how to draw animals, faces, trucks, and even some weirdos. Great for both children and adults - students and teachers.
It is great to build up artistic confidence. The Drawing Book of Animals has become the favorite of them all. Guest More than 1 year ago I had this book when I was a child in the early 70's and loved it. In looking for a gift for a friend I found it again and cant wait to share it!
Guest More than 1 year ago I remember this book when I was a kid I spent hours upon hours with it Shapes include the hen, the rooster, the tiger, the cat running, the cat sitting, the lion, etc.
Interesting to children at an early age as they watch the animal slowly appear. I hung my grandson's interpretation of the dragon on the fridge. So cute. Makes everybody a successful artist. Anonymous More than 1 year ago Exactly what my 8 year old niece wanted to learn to draw --simple pictures that she could learn to draw, the build upon to create picture stories of her own.
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All the steps are broken down so that anyone can follow. It's a great book and a wonderful addition to the book collection of any family. Anonymous More than 1 year ago. Age range 3 - 6. Anonymous More than 1 year ago I had countless hours of fun with this book as a child and it still remains my favorite beginning drawing book for young children.
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All of Emberley's books are great for fostering the talent of young artists. Anonymous More than 1 year ago Easy to follow, step by step instructions. Anonymous More than 1 year ago I love Ed Emberley's art books. I tutor kindergarten children and many of them become frustrated when they try to draw a picture.
These books show a child how to draw many things using simple shapes. They are also good for adults who interact with children. I have had fun with them personally by creating personal greeting cards for my grandchildren. Susie McCauley. Anonymous More than 1 year ago This was a huge hit with my 9 year old. The illustrations are just adorable and instructions easy to follow.
I've asked her if I can borrow it! Guest More than 1 year ago I bought this book as a college student in the mid sixties and used it with children from kindergarten through high school. I can't think of anything that helped raise kids' self-confidence more than the methods illustrated in this book.
It should be a part of every parent's, teacher's and scout leader's library. The drawings are so charming, and it's easy and fun to learn how to reproduce them. Perfect for the budding young artist. Guest More than 1 year ago I loved this book.
When I was in fourth grade I used to look for all the 'Ed Emberley books' that I could beacause it was just basic drawing, now as a seventh grader I still love drawnig just as much. I found that most poeple that think they can't draw thought otherwise after they came to Ed Emberly's books.
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