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Books with author Mark Bergin

  • It's Fun to Draw Fairies and Mermaids

    Mark Bergin

    Paperback (Sky Pony, March 1, 2013)
    Boys and girls simply follow the numbered steps on the left-hand page to learn how to draw beautiful mermaids and lady-like fairies. Sure to inspire creativity in young artists.Whether it’s a beautiful mermaid with a pink tail or a delicate flower fairy lounging in the garden, now you can draw your favorite mystical creatures in a snap! This book is packed with simple step-by-step illustrations and tips on coloring a variety of mermaid princesses and sparkling fairies, including:The Fairy PrincessPrincess OceanaSparkle, the Tooth FairyPearl, a mermaidElla, the Dust FairyPebbles, a mermaidPoppy, the Flower FairyAnd seven more!Don’t be shy. Get started drawing today!
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  • It's Fun to Draw Knights and Castles

    Mark Bergin

    Paperback (Sky Pony, March 1, 2013)
    This colorful, fun, activity books gives boys and girls the chance to learn to draw—by delving into the world of castles and knights and jousting and archer. Kids and parents can unplug and have fun!It’s time to journey back to medieval times—when brave knights in shiny suits of armor gallantly protected castles. For every child who loves knights and castles, this is the perfect book to fuel that interest. It’s packed with simple step-by-step illustrations and tips for coloring a variety of valiant knights and towering castles, including:Castle guardsNorman knightsArchersHawkbury CastleArabian knightsSpearmenJousting tentsAnd seven more!With these simple and playful illustrations, kids will be able to draw their own medieval scenes in no time!
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  • It's Fun to Draw Princesses and Ballerinas

    Mark Bergin

    Paperback (Sky Pony, Aug. 1, 2012)
    Boys and girls simply follow the numbered steps on the left-hand page to learn how to draw beautiful Princesses and Ballerinas. Sure to inspire creativity in young artists.It’s Fun to Draw Princesses and Ballerinas is the perfect tool for budding young artists who love princesses and ballerinas and who want to create some themselves. Each drawing comes with step-by-step illustrations and tips on coloring a variety of pretty characters, including: Princess Margot, who must kiss a frog Louise, a ballerina stretching before class Princess Helena, who loves to walk her puppy Henrietta, gracefully balancing in a pirouette Princess Nicole, who is fast asleep in a tower And nine more! With this book, learning to draw is as simple as following the numbered steps on the left-hand side of the page. Bergin’s drawings are easy for kids to recreate and are a sure way to inspire the artist inside every child.
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  • You Can Draw Trains

    Mark Bergin

    Paperback (Gareth Stevens Pub Learning library, Aug. 1, 2012)
    People have traveled by train for hundreds of years. Today, high-speed trains are some of the fastest ways to get around on the ground. Readers discover the innovative TGV and the classic cog train, by learning how to draw them all. Simple, step-by-step instructions and fun, colorful illustrations guide their progress from inspiration to unique work of art. Each chapters exciting featured fact keeps train lovers turning the pages as they learn tips to make each drawing their own colorful creation.
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  • It's Fun to Draw Knights, Castles, and Pirates

    Mark Bergin

    Paperback (Sky Pony, May 7, 2019)
    Step onto a pirate ship or a medieval kingdom with this group of swashbucklers and knights in shining armor. Step-by-step instructions and illustrations are easy and fun to follow, and children will be entertained by fun facts about pirates who roamed the open seas and brave knights who fought with honor. Kids will learn how to draw all types of peg-legged, parrot-loving pirates including: Scurvy Jim and his treasure chestCaptain Clunk with a parrot on his shoulderSharkbait George with his telescope And kids will learn how to create their own medieval kingdoms with grand castles and jousting, battling knights including: Engleford CastleCastle GuardMace Knight In It's Fun to Draw Knights, Castles, and Pirates, Mark Bergin provides easy tips for using watercolors, crayons, pens, and collage to create some of the meanest pirates and noblest knights in the land. So raise your banners and hoist the anchor and get those young artists excited about drawing their very own pirates, knights, and castles! This drawing/activity book is aimed at 4–8-year-old children and boasts many easy step-by-step instructions, making this a book that any child can work on with or without adult supervision. Perfect for preschool classrooms or to take on a family trip.
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  • It's Fun to Draw Robots and Aliens

    Mark Bergin

    Paperback (Sky Pony, Feb. 4, 2014)
    Even the most reluctant young artists will love learning how to draw wacky aliens and quirky robots with this fun and simple book! Step-by-step instructions and illustrations are easy and fun to follow, and children will be entertained by fun facts about different robots and aliens. Kids will learn how to draw all types of space creatures, including: Bob the blob, Rover the robot, Martian Mike, Mega-Klank the robot, Whizz-Pop the robot, and eleven more crazy aliens and robots!In It’s Fun to Draw Robots and Aliens, Mark Bergin provides easy tips for using watercolors, crayons, pens, and collage to create shiny robots and imaginative aliens. So grab that space-loving kid and start your own Martian/robot colony, right in your own home!
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  • How To Draw Dragons

    Mark Bergin

    eBook (The Salariya Book Company, Feb. 22, 2016)
    The How To Draw series takes a highly visual and practical approach to drawing, featuring step-by-step illustrations for each art project. This comprehensive handbook covers how to draw all types of dragons, including how to convey the flames erupting from a dragon’s mouth and how to get a realistic scale effect on the skin. It covers all aspects of the creative process, including essential concepts such as materials, composition, perspective and technique. Duotine line illustrations highlight each step.
  • It's Fun to Draw Ponies and Horses

    Mark Bergin

    Paperback (Sky Pony, Aug. 4, 2015)
    Drawing a horse just standing alone on the page is tricky enough, but with the help of this book you’ll not only be able to draw as many as you like, but you’ll master the art of horses in action—horses rearing up, kicking out, pulling a plow, running through a field, and so much more. You’ll learn how to draw rodeo horses and race horses, military horses and farm horses. With easy step-by-step instructions, kids can learn how to draw:A galloping horseA rolling horseA dressage horseA Shetland ponyA pony familyA pony in a stableAnd eight more!Each spread features a unique horse or pony illustration with unintimidating and easy-to-follow directions. New lines are always drawn in red so that kids can see how the drawing builds from step to step. Experiment with markers, crayons, scrap paper, paint, and more! Once little artists grow confident in their horse-drawing abilities, they can use the skills they learn from this book to create their own personal masterpieces! And while you learn how to draw horses, you may even discover a few horse facts you didn’t know. Perfect for anyone who has fallen in love with horses and wants to explore their artistic side!
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  • It's Fun to Draw Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Creatures

    Mark Bergin

    Paperback (Sky Pony, Oct. 1, 2011)
    This bright and colorful book is the perfect guide for budding artists who are interested in dinosaurs—Tyrannosaurus Rex, Velociraptor, Triceratops, and more!It’s packed with simple step-by-step illustrations and tips on coloring a variety of larger-than-life dinos, including:Tyrannosaurus RexPteranodonStegosaurusIguanodonVelociraptorTriceratopsAnd eight others!Bergin has done a phenomenal job crafting simple illustrations and numbered steps to help kids learn how to draw all of their favorite dinosaurs. Ages: 4-8.
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  • Wisconsin Supper Club Cookbook: Iconic Fare and Nostalgia from Landmark Eateries

    Mary Bergin

    Paperback (Globe Pequot, Sept. 1, 2015)
    The supper club is a tradition and now somewhat of a phenomenon found in the Upper Midwestern states of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, and Iowa. They are so retro that they are coming back in to vogue. Travel through the Badger State and discover what made these supper clubs and the iconic fare stand the test of time. With more than 60 recipes from 40 supper clubs, Wisconsin Supper Club Cookbook will uncover the secrets to the food and the drinks that keep people coming back to these landmark eateries any time of the day.
  • It's Fun to Draw Pets

    Mark Bergin

    Paperback (Sky Pony, Feb. 4, 2014)
    Even if real pets aren’t allowed in the house, young artists will love learning how to draw their favorite (or most desired) pet with this simple book! Step-by-step instructions and illustrations are easy and fun to follow, and children will enjoy fun facts about different pets, such as that a bird’s feathers are heavier than its skeleton! Kids will learn how to draw and color their favorite cuddly pets, such as: a dog, a cat, a guinea pig, a rat, a snake, and eleven more!In It’s Fun to Draw Pets, artist Mark Bergin gives kids tips and ideas for using watercolors, crayons, pens, and collage to enhance their drawings. And once kids have mastered Bergin’s instructions and drawings, they will be inspired to come up with their own creative pet drawings using the techniques they’ve learned.
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  • It's Fun to Draw Ghosts and Ghouls

    Mark Bergin

    Paperback (Sky Pony, Oct. 21, 2014)
    Creepy ghosts, eerie ghouls, greedy giants, and scary scarecrows haunt the pages of this fun drawing book for young and budding artists. Step-by-step instructions and illustrations are easy and fun to follow, and children will be entertained by fun facts about different ghoulish creatures. Kids will learn how to draw all types of spooky beings, including: Igor the greedy giant A haunted Halloween scarecrow A wicked wizard A spooky ghost A bloodthirsty vampire A howling werewolf And eight more!In It’s Fun to Draw Ghosts and Ghouls, Mark Bergin provides easy tips for using watercolors, crayons, pens, and collage to create little and big creepy creatures alike. So get ready to frighten some other kids with your own troupe of Halloween characters!This drawing/activity book is aimed at 4-8 year old children and boasts many easy step-by-step instructions, making this a book that any child can work on with or without adult supervision. Perfect for preschool classrooms or to take on a family trip.
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