“Bunnies, Nature and Adventure will stimulate your child’s imagination!” – Learn To Draw Bunny And His Friends by Judy Mastrangelo

Learn To Draw Bunny and His Friends is a companion book to Judy Mastrangelo’s book What Do Bunnies Do All Day? In this new book she shows easy to do, attractive, and fun ways to learn to draw Little Bunny’s Animal and Flower Friends, that he met in the book about his adventure. In her method of teaching, Judy first shows a completed painting of each picture. Then next she shows you, in three simple steps, very easy to understand ways of drawing it. Some of the Animals she shows how to draw are Rabbits, Frogs, Butterflies, and Turtles. Then Daffodils, Daisies, and Buttercups are some of the Flowers she describes drawing. Judy encourages people to look closely at nature to see special characteristics. She often includes helpful information, such as how Violets, Pansies, and Johnny-Jump-Ups look similar since they are in the same Flower family. Judy also includes at the end of the book, some pretty pages on which people can draw their own pictures of Animals and Flowers. And for inspiration, the borders of these drawing pages are decorated in a delightful way with her small pictures. You will really enjoy drawing Bunny’s Friends, when you follow Judy’s easy “Learn To Draw” steps in this book. If you practice drawing, your artistic talent will certainly blossom.

Roy H. Worley

Bunnies, Nature and Adventure will stimulate your child’s imagination!

A sweet book for toddlers who are gaining their independence, just like little bunny. The illustrations are delightful and engaging. Children will love to discover What Bunnies Do All Day and will learn ways to create their own adventures with nature.

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