Draw-A-Saurus #review



Are your kids into dinosaurs? I have 2 boys that are. They are fascinated by them. The size, the sounds, the fossils. We recently went out to Dinosaur World and it was awesome so when I found this book I knew I had to have it! This book contains everything your kids will need to know to draw their favorite dinosaurs. The colors are bright and the drawings and instructions are clear and easy to understand. 
Must have for dinosaur fans! 

150 pages of dinosaurs! 


About the book (from Random House):
This in-depth yet accessible dinosaur drawing guide combines humor, creativity, and the latest dino research to show artists young and old how to breathe life into drawings of their prehistoric favorites. 


Prehistoric Pencil Power!Even though they lived some 65 million years ago, dinosaurs and other prehistoric reptiles continue to rule today. From movies to comics and cartoons, these ancient, giant beasts are everywhere you turn. Of course, who wants to just read about or watch these dinos when you can learn how to use pencils, pens, markers, and more to draw your very own? Cartoonist James Silvani combines easy-to-follow art exercises with the latest, greatest dino-facts to help you create fun and cool dinosaur doodles all by yourself. With lessons on old favorites like T-rex and stegosaurus, as well as lesser-known (but still awesome) creatures like the massive argentinosaurus, Draw-a-Saurus has everything the dinosaur fan could ever ask for (outside of their very own pet dino!).


Comes out September 9 and you can Pre-Order your at Random House and Amazon.  
You can learn more about the author, James Silvani, over on Random House and on his Tumblr


Disclosure: I received this book from Blogging for Books. However, any opinions and thoughts are honest and my own. This post does contain affiliate links, which means that I may receive a commission if you click a link and  make an actual purchase. 

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