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  • If Picasso Went to the Zoo: An Illustrated Introduction to Art History for Children by Art Teachers

    by Eric Gibbons

    "If Picasso Went To The Zoo" is by award winning art teacher Eric Gibbons, and illustrated by 50 art teachers from all over the world. Each art teacher chose an artist from history and emulated an animal in their style. This unique book uses poetry and images to teach children about art, history, literature (rhyme and alliteration), zoology, biology, animal conservation, and world cultures. Each poem teaches about that artist from renaissance to modern genres, and each animal has a leaf under... more

  • How to Draw Reptiles and Mammals

    by Earl R. Phelps
    Anyone can learn to draw by following the easy step-by-step illustrations in this drawing guide, aspiring artists and illustrators can learn how to draw over 45 different types of animals from around the world. A realistic portrayal of each mammal and reptile can be completed in as little as four steps, with each step in the drawing process demonstrated in a simple line drawing and designed to build basic graphic skills. Each creature including the two-toed sloth, markhor, polar bear, African... more
  • THE BIG BOOK

    by Dario Pimentel Falleiros
    For students and professionals, the book brings in its educational content, all matters relating to the world of graphic design. The Publishing, also known as Desktop Publishing or DTP, has undergone major changes and significant progress in the last 15 years. From the technical improvement to the new working methods, desktop publishing and computer design let your character passed to expand beyond its limits, making it more than a complement, an asset, and revolutionizing the visual communic... more
  • How to Draw Cool Stuff

    by Catherine V. Holmes
    “How to Draw Cool Stuff: Basics, Shading, Texture, Pattern and Optical Illusions” is the second book in the How to Draw Cool Stuff series. Inside you will find simple illustrations that cover the necessities of drawing cool stuff. Specific exercises are provided that offer step-by-step guidelines for drawing a variety of subjects. Each lesson starts with an easy-to-draw shape that will become the basic structure of the drawing. From there, each step adds elements to that structure, allowing the ... more
  • Anne Frank 80 Years A Memorial Tour in Current Images: Frankfurt am Main, Aachen, Amsterdam, Camp Westerbork, Auschwitz-Birkenau

    by Ronald Wilfred Jansen
    I WANT TO GO ON LIVING EVEN AFTER MY DEATH ! (ANNE FRANK, DIARY, MARCH 25, 1944) ANNE FRANK 80 YEARS PHOTOGRAPHIC IMPRESSIONS A MEMORIAL TOUR IN CURRENT IMAGES FRANKFURT AM MAIN, AACHEN, AMSTERDAM, CAMP WESTERBORK, AUSCHWITZ-BIRKENAU, BERGEN-BELSEN including historical photos Anne Frank
  • Astronaut Rain

    by Dionne Fields
    Picture Book for Kids. I’m just like most, little boys my age. Who wants to be an astronaut when they get older? I want to walk on the moon or even fly in a real rocket someday. I wanted the next future astronauts to see some cool photos taken from my person camera as a birthday gift. The photo was just too cool for me to keep all to myself. I wanted to share these amazing photos to kids all around the world.
  • World's Greatest Artists

    by Walter Joseph Schenck, Jr.
    This collection of various painters explores their lives as a symphonic overture of geniuses who chooses the brush against canvas to immortalize themselves. The whimsical strokes, the powerful rushes, the soft, immaculate renderings are all depicted as a statement of gratitude that fills the memories with wishful fantasies. This book is a collection of essays presented as an exercise in intellectual enrichment concerning great artists. The author has traveled throughout the world to visit some o... more
  • The Little Girl's Little Book of Art

    by Kathryn Dixon
    Art appreciation can never start too early in a child’s life. The art and artists that are included in this little book have been chosen to appeal to girls aged three to ten years. The text is intended to engage a little girl’s curiosity and encourage her imagination whether the book is read to her or she reads it alone. The pictures speak for themselves so a child of any age can thumb through the pages of the book at her leisure. Choosing only thirty artists and only three paintings of each... more

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