Using the step by step instructions from the book, learn how to draw a lion with Abbie Cameron in this fun video:
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‘I would give this 109 stars out of 5! It helps me to draw animals really good. All other kids would love this. It is easy to copy. I like the lion the most. My cousin and I drawed all of the animals yesterday right after I got it and I did draw more up to the frog today. It’s really good. I will never, ever give this book away or throw it arrive so that the pages get damaged.’ Teddy, aged 6, via Toppsta
‘My son is 5 and getting to the age where he wants to draw animals accurately. And this book helps him do just that. This book provides a step by step guide on how to draw popular animals – it is fab and i know we will use it for years to come.’ Tanya, via Toppsta
‘This is a delightful book that my daughter has really enjoyed using. It’s a great book that gives very clear step by step instructions of how to draw various animals, for example a tree frog, an elephant and a giraffe. Each animal is very well broken down in to easy to understand stages, and there is a little bit of information about each animal that my daughter enjoyed learning about. My daughter had a lot of fun with this book, especially over the three days it took her to draw the various animals. At the back there is drawing paper to use, which makes it an ideal book to take out and about to use. I was very impressed and would recommend it for 5-9 year olds.’ via Toppsta
‘Would you or your child love to be able to draw? Sometimes, all we need is something to get us started, and this straightforward book from Graffeg does just that. […] The pictures include colour, which isn’t always the case with this type of book, but which makes for superb finished results. Blank squared pages at the end of the book match the backgrounds to the drawings, giving a little extra help. The book is beautifully produced and the pictures are a delight.’ Parents in Touch