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Learn to Draw Forest Animals & Wildlife Step-by-step Instructions for 25 Different Woodland Animals

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By: Robin Cuddy(Author)
40 pages, 120 colour illustrations
Learn to Draw Forest Animals & Wildlife
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Learn to Draw Forest Animals & Wildlife is an adventurous addition to the Learn to Drawn series. Forest, frontier and prairie animals are beautiful and majestic, peaceful and ferocious. Children will learn to draw a bald eagle, a gentle deer, and a grizzly bear, among others, by following the simple step-by-step instructions.

In addition, young artists will also learn a variety of fascinating facts about the drawing subjects, as well as useful drawing tips to help guide them along the way. Whether they’re nature lovers or simply enjoy animals of all kinds, children will love drawing these wild animals of the forest.

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Handbook / Manual
By: Robin Cuddy(Author)
40 pages, 120 colour illustrations
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