1960s Fashion to Colour by Ruth Brocklehurst
  

1960s Fashion to Colour

Written by Ruth Brocklehurst
Illustrated by Antonia Miller
Part of the Patterns to Colour Series

RRP £5.99

Synopsis

1960s Fashion to Colour by Ruth Brocklehurst

A stylishly illustrated book, full of line drawings of beautiful clothes and costumes just waiting to be filled with colour, with lovely watercolour examples to follow. This stylishly illustrated colouring book is the perfect way to learn about 1960s fashion. Line drawings of outfits to wear at the disco or every day are accompanied by facts about the clothes featured and the type of people who would have worn them. Illustrations: Full colour throughout

About the Author

Ruth Brocklehurst

When she wasn't out riding her bike or making things out of loo rolls and scraps of fabric, Ruth Brocklehurst spent much of her childhood immersed in historical novels by writers such as Leon Garfield, Rosemary Sutcliff and Cynthia Harnett. Since then, she has been lucky enough to combine her love of books and history in her job as an editor and writer for Usborne. Her book about the Victorians won the Longman/History Today New Generation Award. Ruth lives in a funny mock-tudor house in Brixton, and if she could go back in time she'd like to meet Mary Queen of Scots.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 7 years

Author

Ruth Brocklehurst
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st April 2016

ISBN

9781409598633


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