Halloween Drawing Book
Charlesbridge, 2012 (2012)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
hildren can use this inexpensive book to create their own art and fashion an eerie world full of bats, witches, gravestones and skeletons. Once the basics are mastered, Masiello encourages them to combine the various elements into larger pictures.
he end product could be a haunted, creepy, old house with pumpkins in the front yard and a black cat sitting on the walkway, or perhaps a graveyard with a raven perched on a tombstone and owl overhead might be more to your taste.
ollow the simple, step-by-step drawing instructions and you'll be able to create some fabulous decorations or art for Halloween. Parents home schooling their young and primary teachers will find this a valuable tool to use during art instruction.
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