Calligraphy for Kids by Eleanor Winters

Calligraphy for Kids

Written by Eleanor Winters
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Calligraphy for Kids by Eleanor Winters

From tools and techniques to fantastic projects, everything in this kid-friendly guide to the art of beautiful writing has been chosen specifically for children. Youngsters can use special felt-tipped pens called chisel-edged markers and the attractive pages, filled with brightly coloured examples, get kids started with simple zigzags and then move on to small and large italics, gothic lettering, uncial and Roman calligraphy. Children will enjoy using their new skills to write down poems, fashion border designs and create greeting cards and invitations.


[An] accessible how-to. - Publishers Weekly

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128 pages


Eleanor Winters
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Sterling Juvenile

Publication date

1st March 2007



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