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Books with title Drawing Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals

  • Drawing Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals

    Carolyn Scrace

    Paperback (Scribblers, April 5, 2016)
    From a fierce Tyrannosaurus with sharp teeth to a spiky Stegosaurus, long-necked Diplodocus, and winged Pteranodon, these prehistoric creatures will spark the creativity of dino-mad children. Using only the simplest shapes, budding artists can draw 14 cool creatures—including Triceratops, Parasaurolophus, Iguanodon, Velociraptor, and more.
  • 101 Dinosaurs: And Other Prehistoric Reptiles

    April Jones Prince, Bob Kolar

    Hardcover (Cartwheel Books, Jan. 30, 2018)
    Long-necked dinosaurs were huge and heavy.They munched the tallest trees.They filled their big bellies.These dinosaurs ate plants all day.Every dino has a name.No two dinos were the same!Meet the long-necks, flyers, boneheads, duckbills, swimmers, armored, horned, plated, and sharp-toothed creatures of prehistoric times in this oversized board book with 101 creatures for kids to name and sound out! With bite-size information that's perfect for this young age, phonetic spellings of each creature, and an interactive refrain, the first book in this young nonfiction series is sure to be a hit!
  • Drawing Dinosaurs and other Prehistoric Animals

    Don Bolognese

    language (StarWalk Kids Media, Aug. 22, 2014)
    This captivating book by accomplished artist, calligrapher and art teacher Don Bolognese outlines the fundamentals of drawing dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures.
  • Dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals

    Darlene Geis

    Hardcover (Grosset & Dunlap, Jan. 1, 1959)
    Shows age but is a charming find for a frugal collector.
  • Drawing Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals

    Carolyn Scrace

    Paperback (Salariya Book Company Ltd, June 1, 2014)
    This title in the new Art Works series acts as a creative spark, setting off your child's imagination so that they can confidently sketch a variety of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. From a tyrannosaurus to a velociraptor, this title is packed full of inspiring ideas for your child to use to create entirely new artworks of their own. Art Works are a great way to start learning how to draw. Each title features simple, repetitive step-by-step instructions that are perfect for practising guided reading. Controlling a crayon and making marks on paper help to lay the foundations for practicing writing. Drawing and scribbling at a pre-school age builds skills that make creativity fun!
  • 1-2-3 Draw Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals

    Freddie Levin

    Paperback (Peel, Dec. 26, 2000)
    This title offers a nonthreatening approach to drawing based on readers' ability to draw circles, ovals, and eggs. The author advocates drawing "lightly" (erasing softly) and practicing the basic shapes so they can be combined to achieve the desired effects.
  • Drawing Dinosaurs and other Prehistoric Animals

    Carolyn Scrace

    Library Binding (Smart Apple Media, Jan. 1, 2016)
    Budding artists will be delighted by this introductory guide to drawing dinosaurs. It includes 14 simple art projects, each presented with illustrated step-by-step instructions. A full-color finished model is also provided for each project for reference, but creativity and imagination is encouraged. Ideal supplements for enhancing STEAM curriculums and for maker spaces projects.
  • Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Creatures

    Sandra Laboucarie, Benoit Perroud

    Hardcover (Twirl, Aug. 1, 2017)
    Learning through play: That's the hallmark of Twirl's popular Magnetology™ series. Forty-five magnetic pieces provide kids with lots of fun—and knowledge—that they can use to fill five dramatic oversized scenes. Fascinating information just right to for its audience about the Jurassic, Cretaceous, and Triassic periods are packed into this all-in-one playset, along with many facts about various prehistoric creatures. The perfect travel and take-along book for young dinosaur fans.
  • Draw 50 Dinosaurs And Other Prehistoric Animals

    Lee J. Ames

    Library Binding (Turtleback, Sept. 11, 2012)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Presents step-by-step instructions for drawing fifty different dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals.
  • Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals

    Tom McGowen

    Hardcover (Checkerboard Pr, July 1, 1978)
    Surveys the natural history of the dinosaur, examines the characteristics and habits of particular dinosaur species, and looks at twelve different types of prehistoric mammals.
  • Drawing Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals

    Don Bolognese

    Paperback (Franklin Watts, March 6, 1982)
  • Draw 50 Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Animals by Lee J. Ames

    Lee J. Ames

    Unknown Binding (Watson-Guptill, March 15, 1738)