Flowers by Steve Harpster


Flowers by Steve Harpster

With just their pencils, kids can grow a blossoming garden on the page! It's so simple: budding artists just trace the colorful numbered lines. Kids will happily draw bluebells and chrysanthemums, daffodils and sunflowers, geraniums in a flowerpot, and more. Instructions explain the parts of the flower and provide tips on making them look realistic.

About the Author

Steve Harpster has illustration credits on over 100 books for kids, and has created designs for a wide variety of product lines. In 2007, he won the Golden Duck Award for Excellence in Science Fiction for his work on Night of the Homework Zombies by Scott Nickel. Harpster visits schools all over the Midwest in person and also does live online school visits both nationally and internationally using Adobe Connect. Harpster lives in Cincinnati, OH with his wife, son and two dogs.

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Paperback / softback
64 pages


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Publication date

22nd May 2014



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