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123 I Can Sculpt!

illustrated by Irene Luxbacher

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ISBN:9781554530380
publisher: Kids Can Press
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Illustrated step-by-step sculpting projects include a toothy crocodile, a sunbathing sea lion, a flock of feathered friends and more. Budding artists will proudly say, "I can sculpt!" Encouraging play and experimentation with everyday materials and tools, Starting Art unlocks the creative spirit in every young child. This excellent new series offers unique clear and inspiring step-by-step illustrated techniques for creating fun and appealing art projects that lead to discovery and a real sense of accomplishment. Starting Art introduces art concepts such as color, form and texture, reinforced and put into practice through the creative process. Each book includes a visual glossary of key art terms and a note to parents and teachers on how to ensure a good art experience every time.

About the Author
Irene Luxbacher is an artist and the author-illustrator of The Jumbo Book of Art, The Jumbo Book of Outdoor Art, the Starting Art series and Mattoo, Let's Play! She also illustrated The Imaginary Garden for Kids Can Press. She lives in Toronto.
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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
Age:
4 to 7
Grade:
p to 2
Awards
  • Winner, Best Books for Kids and Teens, Canadian Children’s Book Centre

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123 I Can Sculpt! (Starting Art)

In 123 I Can Sculpt!, Irene Luxbacher shows aspiring Michaelangelos that they can create amazing animal sculptures simply by using the myriad of materials they can find around the house. Whether a sculpture of a dinosaur, giraffe, lamb or a flock of birds is what you desire, all you need is egg cartons, cardboard tubes, buttons, cotton balls, masking tape, glue, a bit of creativity and a dash of imagination.

Source: The Canadian Children's Bookcentre. Spring 2008. Vol.31 No.2.

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