Make Art With Your Hands and Feet! Draw Around Your Hands and Feet to Make Pictures by Jacky Bahbout
  

Synopsis

Make Art With Your Hands and Feet! Draw Around Your Hands and Feet to Make Pictures by Jacky Bahbout

Make art with your hands and feet! is an art pad with a difference. The reader is encouraged to draw around his or her fingers, thumbs, hands, toes or feet to complete the 32 pictures. Hand- and finger-prints can be made with paint, too. Once the images are complete the pages can be personalized with the child's name and/or messages for family and friends, and torn out to be given as gifts, or simply stuck on the wall. Some pages have a space for the reader's age to be inserted, giving them a unique and personal record. The reader is called on to complete the zany images, from reindeer with hand- print antlers to foot-print ghosts, and from jelly-fish thumbs to finger space rockets. There are whole families of toes too. Each picture has an icon to show the child what to do, whether to draw around or print with their hands, fingers, thumbs, toes or feet.

Reviews

This quaint little art book for burgeoning artists is all about hand and foot action.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Jacky Bahbout
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Publisher

Thames & Hudson Ltd

Publication date

11th August 2014

ISBN

9780500650387


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