You Can Draw Monsters a Step-by-step Guide to Drawing Monstrous Beasts by Martin Ursell


You Can Draw Monsters a Step-by-step Guide to Drawing Monstrous Beasts by Martin Ursell

Frighten your friends, scare your sister and bother your brother with your brilliant drawings of monsters, using the wonderful tips included in this book.


'A lovely book to increase children's confidence in their own artistic abilities.'

About the Author

I have illustrated many books for children, including the award-winning Song of Pentecost by W.J. Corbett, books by Roald Dahl, Terry Jones, Marina Warner, Ted Hughes, Dick-King Smith and recently J.K. Rowling. I was also a regular illustrator for the children's TV programme Jackanory and my own story Hairy Hairy was televised by the BBC. For 10 years, I was a lecturer at Chelsea College of Art and Design in London. I am now a senior lecturer in illustration at Middlesex University and also a visiting lecturer at Kingston University's prestigious illustration Department and am a frequent visiting illustrator for the National Federation of Children's Books and South East Arts.

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32 pages


Martin Ursell
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Publication date

1st September 2005



Publisher Profile

b small publishing limited is an imprint of B Small

logo As a former secondary school language teacher, and after a decade working for various educational publishers, Cath Bruzzone started b small in 1990 from her kitchen table in Chiswick, producing own-brand books for the Early Learning Centre. The first series under the imprint b small was published in 1993 with the Bilingual First Books, colourful first word books in English and French or Spanish. Highly original and increasingly sought after by parents in instilling children with a love of languages, b small goes from strength to strength.

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