More than 80 years ago, Mr. Walter T. Foster proved you can accomplish anything you can dream! Having painted signs, sold hog medicine, performed in a stage act -- and invented the postage-stamp vending machine -- Mr. Foster turned to publishing. The "how to" art books he wrote, illustrated, printed, bound, packaged, and shipped on his own soon grew in popularity, and Mr. Foster became well known for proving that anyone can learn to draw. Today the Walter Foster Publishing company carries on the tradition, developing books and kits that encourage creativity and spark imaginations.
Fun things to draw. I had to retrieve it from my granddaughter's home
as I wanted it at MY house so she could have something fun to do when
she is with us. Read more
My granddaughters 6 & 7 yrs. old loved this book. They learned a lot on how to improve their drawings. Would definitely buy again.Published 2 months ago by Marna5
This is so adorable for the crafty child. Mine happens to adore Lady bugs; still using it since Christmas. She is 8.Published 3 months ago by Kim Wooliver
I bought this for my 8 year old daughter and she loves to draw! She was very excited to get this book. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Madison T. Edwards
This also was a birthday gift that went well with the deluxe art set. Makes for a fun day of art!Published 4 months ago by marie
It was easy to follow.
It was for a 7 year old and she loved it.
I would recomment it to others
I would recommend this to anyone whose child loves to draw. Kept my little one busy for hours. She loved it.Published 8 months ago by ddk