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eBook Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book download ISBN: 0316236683
Author: Ed Emberley
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers (May 2, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 48
ePub: 1452 kb
Fb2: 1261 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Arts Music and Photography

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Instructions for creating a variety of shapes and figures using thumbprints and a few simple lines.

Instructions for creating a variety of shapes and figures using thumbprints and a few simple lines.

Start by marking Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book as Want to Read . 45 months - Lots of great ideas in this book and a couple weekends ago I came down to find O and Dadda busy making thumbprint creatures at the breakfast table.

Start by marking Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Totally worth the 50 cents at Goodwill. Shelves: boston, boston-1st-grade, jackson. Jan 04, 2013 Dookie Blair added it.

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Ed Emberley's imaginative book uses a thumbprint as the basic shape and with a few lines which take minimal . This is a how-to drawing book involving thumbprints.

Ed Emberley's imaginative book uses a thumbprint as the basic shape and with a few lines which take minimal skill, you can have a cute picture that anyone will enjoy. taterzngravy, May 1, 2008. Author Ed Emberley creates a simple and easy step by step guide for how to draw various people, like basketball players, surfers, pilgrims, witches, and animals, dogs, bears, monsters, spiders, rhinos, only using thumbprints and an ink pen. Emberley also includes facial expressions, hats, and movement. There are more than 4 billion thumbs in this world. No two thumbprints have ever been found that are just alike.

48 pages, softcover Instructions for creating a variety of shapes and figures using thumbprints and a few simple lines are given in this fun book by Caldecott-award winning author Ed Emberley.

Ages 4-8. Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book (9780316789684) by Ed Emberley. Instructions for creating a variety of shapes and figures using thumbprints and a few simple lines are given in this fun book by Caldecott-award winning author Ed Emberley. Ages 4-8. Product Information. ▲. Title: Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book By: Ed Emberley Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 48 Vendor: Hachette Book Group, USA. Publication Date: 2005 Dimensions: 1. X . (inches) ISBN: 0316789682 ISBN-13: 9780316789684 Stock No: WW89680.

Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book: Instructions for creating a variety of shapes and figures using . Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book

Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book: Instructions for creating a variety of shapes and figures using thumbprints and a few simple lines. Ed Emberley's Great Thumbprint Drawing Book. A way to have fun with your child when your stamina is low or when you need to remain sitting or laying down.

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Instructions for creating a variety of shapes and figures using thumbprints and a few simple lines.
Comments: (7)
Visonima
This edition has a new cover, but the red thumbprints and "ivy lou" are straight from the original, which could not possibly be improved. I still have my 1977 copy, which has black writing/drawing and red thumbprints.

Although rainbow colors of washable ink pads are widely available now, you don't really need more than one color of ink (like the cover of the book, which makes me think of Easter eggs).

My ink pad was red because that's the color we had in our office/school supplies that wasn't black. My drawings looked just like the book and red makes the black pen/pencil marks for drawn features stand out. I think any color that isn't black would work. Black or other dark colors would make it hard to see your marks, but feel free to use your kid's favorite color or whatever you already own in any medium shade. The color isn't important - it's just Step 1 to give you a shape to work with. Fingerprints are easy because they are already on our fingers, but if you fear inky kids, they could use any stamp, or a carrot or potato, or scrap shapes cut from other paper, to make the body shapes. But don't sweat it too much. Even permanent ink wears off a kid in a few days.

This is one of the first You-Can-Do-This books for art I ever owned. And I only needed office supplies we already had, so no trips to the art store or special tools needed. One ink pad, some paper (pretty much any paper - empty the recycle bin at work if you want), any pen or pencil, and a couple of inky fingers is all you need to follow the step-by-step instructions to make any of the figures he shows, and about anything else you can think of. It's a few very short and do-able marks between blank page and identifiable drawing, even for little kids. (Or for us grown-ups who swear we can't draw.) I cannot recommend it enough!
Jogas
What a fun book! If I had to leave one critique would be have more pages so there is space for kids to recreate the pictures. There really isn't enough room so we just use the book as reference. Nonetheless, this book is great for kids who love art and creating things with their fingers. I would buy this again.
salivan
Ed Emberly is an award winning illustrator of many books. This is the first of his books after Drummer Hoff that I saw. It shows little folk how to make all kinds of drawings when starting out with the thumb or finger print. I have just about all his "how to draw" books, now, but I do believe this is my favorite. He says that these are the books he wishes he had when he was a boy. I am an inept artist. Following his directions which break a picture down to its basic shapes, even I drew a respectable dragon, although my granddaughter and grandson, ages 11 and 7, now, dig great dragons and lions 3 years ago. Your money will never be spent on anything better to contribute to a child's creativity and also beginning handwriting.
Awene
I paired this up with Decora Multicolor Ink Pads 12pcs and gave it to my 5 year old daughter. SHe loved it! SO, did my 7 year old son, who never really showed any interest in any type of art. They made fish, toads, skeletons! It was very easy art that made them feel like they were creating something nice. I will buy more Ed Emberley stuff. Super fun!
Ishnllador
My Grandchildren love this book. It kept them entertained for many hours. We took plain baseball hats and covered them with thumbprint designs. We also took plain white shirts and they loved making their own designs.
Steep
I had this when I was a kid. I got it for my kids when they were little. Now we bought it for our grandson who just used it yesterday for the first time and had a blast. Great for inspiring creativity in little ones. It gave him confidence to come up with his own designs!
Chinon
We own several Ed Emberley books and enjoy each one. This book is nice for younger children (and up to adults, really) because they are able to make their thumbprints. Adding faces allows them to use basic skills without having to focus on drawing an entire picture. The kids have really enjoyed this addition to our collection.
I got this for my 5 year old for his birthday since I so fondly remember learning to draw things from the Ed Emberley Animals book when I was a kid. These are so fun and easy for young artists that he really got engaged with the book for about an hour. Then my 7 year old came home and wanted to try. Then both kids cut out their cute little creations.

We've had the Ed Emberley Weirdos book for a while, which hasn't gotten much use (maybe a little advanced?). But after using the Thumbprint book, my 5 year old got out the Weirdo book and gave a few Weirdos a try. I highly recommend this Thumbprint book for your kids or to buy as a birthday gift for a child.