Cars & Trucks

Step-by-step instructions for 28 different vehicles

Cars & Trucks
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Format: Paperback / softback, 40 Pages
ISBN: 9781560108191
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Description

Start your engines! This award-winning book is the perfect choice for kids who want to learn how to draw all their favorite vehicles! Step-by-step, easy-to-follow illustrations guide kids through drawing 28 different cars and trucks of all shapes and sizes-starting with basic shapes and ending with lifelike finished drawings. Meanwhile, fun facts about the featured vehicles add extra entertainment value.

The author

Jeff Shelly is an illustrator living in Los Angeles, California.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 40 Pages
ISBN: 9781560108191
Size: 8.37 in x 10.87 in x 0.125 in / 212.6 mm x 276.1 mm x 3.175 mm
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Age Range: 6-8 years

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