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Ed Emberley's Fingerprint Drawing Book
 : Ed Emberley's Fingerprint Drawing Book

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Binding: Paperback
Brand: LB Kids
EAN: 9780316789691
Edition: 38825th
Feature: Ed Emberley s Fingerprint Drawing Book
ISBN: 0316789690
Item Dimensions: 11008504525
Label: LB Kids
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: LB Kids
Manufacturer Maximum Age: 1188 months
Manufacturer Minimum Age: 84 months
MPN: 9780316789691
Number Of Items: 1
Number Of Pages: 48
Publication Date: June 22, 2005
Publisher: LB Kids
Studio: LB Kids

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  • Ed Emberley s Fingerprint Drawing Book



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Product Description:
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.

Amazon.com Review:
With little more than some ink, paper, and your own fingers, you can become an artist! Caldecott recipient Ed Emberley, author of Go Away, Big Green Monster!, as well as many creative art books (Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book, Ed Emberley's Drawing Book: Make a World, etc.), shows readers how to turn fingerprints into lions, basketball players, reindeer, "bean buddies," submarines, rainbow dragons, trees, even watermelon. Emberley provides straightforward information about materials and techniques on the very first page, then sets readers free to discover and explore. Step by step, Emberley takes artists through the process, showing, for each picture, a fingerprint first, then adding simple lines and other fingerprints to make the print evolve into an entirely new entity. A mouse, for example, starts out as a brown oval fingerprint. Next, two pink fingertip-print ears are added. A black dot makes a nose. Two smaller dots become the eyes, and finally a few lines turn this blob into a bewhiskered mouse head. Young artists can spend hours creating designs, patterns, and decorative scenes with this fun technique, especially if they move on to advanced finger-printing on the last page. (Ages 4 to 8) --Emilie Coulter



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