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Ed Emberley's Drawing Book of Halloween (Ed Emberley Drawing Books) Paperback – August 2, 2006
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Perhaps worse is that it's not even =all= the Halloween material from the Big Orange book, so even if you wanted to get it because your kids were fighting over who got to use the orange book, this may not help. It contains none of the monsters from the green or purple books, and despite the color of the cover, there are no red pictures. Just orange.
This might be a good book to introduce someone to Emberly's work, though around Halloween, being cheap.
To say that Ed Emberley's drawing books are BRILLIANT is an understatement. They are really fantastic, teaching you step by step how to draw a myriad of objects and animals following very easy steps. If you are capable of drawing a few simple shapes such as a triangle, a circle or an arc, then you can draw everything shown in the book.
In this book Ed Emberley has grouped together some weird beings and objects that are typically associated with Halloween. Do you want to learn how to draw bats? skeletons? witches mixing their couldron? monsters? black cats? or spiders? Following very easy steps this book teaches you how to draw all these and many others. Things you thought very difficult will prove extremely easy to draw.
I highly recommend these drawing books to everyone, young and adult, but especially to kids like mine who are always at the table with their colours doodling on papers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great fun! This book is perfect for kids learning to draw. I even had some fun with it too.Published 6 months ago by Sylvia M. Davis-Rogers
The school librarian introduced my seven-year-old to Ed Emberley drawing books and she hasn't stopped scribbling since. Read morePublished 10 months ago by two kids and a dog
Super hard to find at a good price but her it was. Great deal!Published 20 months ago by Alan C. Proffitt
I bought these books for my son when he was little and now I am buying them again for my grandchildren. Although I also like to sit down and draw from them!!!!Published on April 4, 2014 by Eloise Homan
My husband had his books as a child and now he sits with our 4 year old to draw. Before purchasing several of these How to Draw books you could not recognize anything in my sons... Read morePublished on January 30, 2014 by BabsJr
Kids LOVE this book. It's a go-to for all my students. Well worth the money. Can't go wrong with Ed Emberley!Published on November 25, 2013 by Stacey Rodriguez