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How to Draw Cartoons Paperback

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AuthorRos Asquith
LanguageEnglish
PublisherCollins
Publication Date2012
Book DescriptionRos Asquith, cartoonist and author of many children's books such as Trixie Tempest and Pass the Parcel), gives a masterclass on illustrating your own cartoons – with help from Trixie Tempest and others. This is an instructional book in the same style as Ros Asquith's turquoise level Collins Big Cat title, How to Make Storybooks. Ros Asquith, cartoonist and author of many children's books such as Trixie Tempest and Pass the Parcel), gives a masterclass on illustrating your own cartoons – with help from Trixie Tempest and others. This is an instructional book in the same style as Ros Asquith's turquoise level Collins Big Cat title, How to Make Storybooks. Pages 14-15 provide a summary of the instructions, to consolidate understanding of the book, and as a useful reference for children drawing their own cartoons. Purple (Band 8) books contain more complex sentences, grouped in paragraphs of up to five sentences. Vocabulary is more unusual and challenging, and some literary language is used.
About the AuthorMary Hoffman is one of Britain's best-known and best-selling children's writers, with over ninety books to her credit, including the famous Amazing Grace series, now celebrating its 25 anniversary. Mary is esteemed as a writer who looks beyond traditional boundaries to give children both inspiration and aspiration. Ros Asquith is a world-famous illustrator and cartoonist, as well as being a writer and poet. She has been a Guardian cartoonist for 20 years and has written and illustrated over 60 books for young people including the bestselling Teenage Worrier series. She really likes pirates, babies and monsters, so illustrating this story has been fun all the way.
Number of Pages24
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