How to Draw a Happy Witch and 99 Things That Go BUMP in the Night by Joy Sikorski, Nick Sunday


How to Draw a Happy Witch and 99 Things That Go BUMP in the Night by Joy Sikorski, Nick Sunday

This title includes suitable for children aged 5 to 8 years old. Bigger, better and flexi-bound: Joy Sikorski and Nick Sunday have a new and improved format for their fun follow-up to How to Draw a Sailing Cat . Young readers will embark on an imaginative (and not too spooky) Halloween adventure with Little Man, a bold and curious cat, as he slips through the woods to a wonderful party for costumed trick-or-treaters. Lively pastel-and-pencil illustrations demonstrate how to draw more than 100 things encountered on the journey.

About the Author

Joy Sikorski and Nick Sunday (a husband and wife team) have collaborated on all five of Joy's How to Draw books. Her books have been well represented in museum gift shops and gift catalogues as well as in trade bookshops.

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96 pages
Interest Age: 5-8


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Publication date

7th October 2011



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