|Figure Drawing for Kids
by Angela Rizza – Paperback: 102 pages; Rockridge Press (Jan 7, 2020) Best Seller
Grab a pencil and an eraser―it’s time to explore the world around you and illustrate the people in it! Featuring a simple, step-by-step format for budding artists, Figure Drawing for Kids is a great way to start sketching friends and family, pop culture icons, and epic superheroes―one easy-to-draw exercise at a time.
How to Draw: Easy Techniques and Step-by-Step Drawings for Kids
by Aaria Baid – Paperback: 172 pages; Rockridge Press (Jul 9, 2019) Best Seller
Even if your little one has never drawn before, they can create pictures better than they ever imagined. Every artist starts with the basics and here is a step-by-step guide to them all. With this how to draw for kids book, every kid can be creative and capture whatever catches their eye.
How to Draw Flowers
by Barbara Soloff Levy – Paperback: 64 pages; Dover Publications (Jan 9, 2001) Best Seller
This easy-to-follow book shows youngsters and other would-be artists how to use simple shapes to draw realistic likenesses of nature’s loveliest blossoms. Simple step-by-step diagrams make it easy to draw 30 different types of flowers, including daisies, bluebells, buttercups, roses, tulips, violets, morning glories, daffodils, pansies, zinnias, and many others.
How To Draw Animals For Kids
Paperback: 108 pages; Modern Kid Press (Jun 14, 2018) Best Seller
Learning to draw is easy with the grid copy method! The grid method has been used forcenturies and is a wonderful way to work onyour observation and proportion skills whiledrawing! With over 20 illustrations, this bookwill keep your kids entertained for days!
How to Draw Cute Animals
by Angela Nguyen – Paperback: 128 pages; Sterling Children's Books (Sep 18, 2018) Best Seller
Enter planet CUTE! This follow-up to How to Draw Cute Stuff
teaches kids how to draw a menagerie of adorable creatures, from cats, dogs, hedgehogs, and hamsters to dolphins, bunnies, swans, and unicorns. An introduction explains the popular kawaii style of art, step-by-step how-to sequences make the process simple enough for beginners, and interactive pages get budding artists practicing right away.
Fingerprint Drawing Book
by Ed Emberley Paperback: 48 pages; LB Kids (Jun 22, 2005) Best Seller
Using fingerprints and a few dots, scribbles, and lines, Ed Emberley shows would-be artists how to make all sorts of pictures, inlcuding frogs, trains, flowers, clowns, dragons, and more! This classic book is packed with fun things that kids-and many adults-really want to create. Easy and fun, the book provides hours of art-full fun.
Great Thumbprint Drawing Book
by Ed Emberley – Paperback: 48 pages; LB Kids (Jun 22, 2005) Best Seller
Instructions for creating a variety of shapes and figures using thumbprints and a few simple lines.
Draw 50 Animals
by Lee J. Ames – Paperback: 64 pages; Watson-Guptill (May 8, 2012) Best Seller
Fifty furry, scaly, and feathered friends are here for aspiring young artists to learn how to draw, including a lion, a giraffe, a dinosaur, a penguin, a bunny, a shark, and much more. It's easy to bring these animals to life the Draw 50 way.
Draw 50 Birds
by Lee J. Ames, Tony D'Adamo – Paperback: 64 pages; Watson-Guptill (Feb 12, 2013)
Targeted at young aspiring artists seeking to develop their technical skills and build a repertoire of subjects, particularly animals.
|Portrait Drawing for Kids
by Angela Rizza – Paperback: 104 pages; Rockridge Press (May 19, 2020) Best Seller
Anyone can take a picture―but drawing a person with recognizable likeness takes practice. Portrait drawing offers a completely unique interpretation of your subject, and Portrait Drawing for Kids
gives budding artists the skill set they need to draw pictures of themselves, their family, and friends.
The Drawing Book for Kids
by Woo! Jr. Kids Activities – Paperback: 152 pages; Wendybird Press (Aug 16, 2017) Best Seller
The most comprehensive how to draw book for kids! This children's drawing book gives you 365 things to draw every day for an entire year - animals, objects, food, plants, vehicles, sports, holidays and more. Every mini drawing lesson is broken down into easy to follow step by step instructions, so that all budding artists can create a masterpiece. This book is perfect for kids 9-12 +, but kids age 6-8 with a high interest in art will be able to follow our diagrams easily as well.
How to Draw Cute Food
by Angela Nguyen – Paperback: 128 pages; Sterling Children's Books (Sep 10, 2019) Best Seller
The world of cute art has a delicious style of fusing food and character drawings—and this ultra-adorable book by Angela Nguyen features a menagerie of irresistibly sweet creatures.
Draw 50 Baby Animals
by Lee J. Ames, Murray Zak – Paperback: 64 pages; Watson-Guptill (May 8, 2012) Best SellerDraw 50 Baby Animals
brings you an amazing array of the most adorable critters on earth.
How To Draw People For Kids
by Jay T – Paperback: 64 pages; Independently published (Jul 30, 2019) Best Seller
The author created this step by step drawing guide for children easy to learn to draw different poses. This book includes drawing a boy, girl, police, fireman, flighting attendant, waiter and much more.
How to Draw Cute Stuff
by Angela Nguyen – Paperback: 128 pages; Sterling Children's Books (Jun 13, 2017) Best Seller
Draw anything and everything—people, animals, and things—and make it CUTE. It’s easy! Budding artists just have to pick up their pencils, pens, crayons, or gel markers and follow these step-by-step how-to sequences.
Draw Paint Print like the Great Artists
by Marion Deuchars – Paperback: 224 pages; Laurence King Publishing (Sep 23, 2014) Best Seller
In this imaginative new activity book, Marion Deuchars makes learning about art fun. Young readers are introduced to more than thirty great artists, then encouraged to try out the techniques that lie behind their greatest works.
The Beginner Art Book for Kids
by Korri Freeman, Daniel Freeman –
Come along on an artistic adventure with The Beginner Art Book for Kids
. This creative compendium is the latest and greatest in art books for kids, packed full of imaginative art projects and inspiration for budding artists aged 7 to 10―or for anyone who wants to get started making art.
Paint Lab for Kids
by Stephanie Corfee – Paperback: 144 pages; Quarry Books (Dec 15, 2015) Best SellerPaint Lab for Kids
is an inspiring collection of 52 fresh, kid-friendly projects for nurturing an artistic spirit and a love of art through working and playing with paint.
Draw 50 Flowers, Trees, and Other Plants
by Lee J. Ames, P. Lee Ames – Paperback: 64 pages; Watson-Guptill (May 8, 2012) Best Seller
Targeted at young aspiring artists seeking to develop their technical skill and build a repertoire of subjects, especially those in nature.
Drawing Cute Birds in Colored Pencil
by Ai Akikusa – Paperback: 112 pages; Quarry Books (Sep 1, 2016)
It's one thing to watch birds fly outside your window, but what if you were able to draw the cutest ones!