Creativity on the Go: Art by Ruth Thomson
  

Synopsis

Creativity on the Go: Art by Ruth Thomson

Grab your pencils and complete the activities in this jam-packed travel-size book about art for kids! From colouring-in to completing mazes, spotting the difference and using craft paper, this book is full of fun and creative ways to keep busy. Whether on the road or on holiday, Creativity On The Go: Art is the perfect book to pack and have fun with! Including a STENCIL SHEET and 100 STICKERS to add to your drawings, this book will keep you entertained for hours.

About the Author

Ruth Thomson is a prize-winning children's author, who specialises in writing art, literacy and history books. She has written several children's titles for the National Gallery in London, activity packs for the Tate and a book about war posters for the Imperial War Museum, as well as educational books on the art of portraits, landscapes, still life and other topics for major educational publishers. She has also written a children's biography of Georgia O'Keeffe. Ruth divides her time between East Sussex and France and enjoys travelling, walking and stone carving.

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Format

Paperback
80 pages

Author

Ruth Thomson
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Publication date

14th July 2016

ISBN

9781783122127


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