I Want to Be an Artist!

I Want to Be an Artist!

Elaine, a young girl, decides she can be an artist just like the famous artists of the past. She begins to share her passion of art with her mother, drawing and painting. As she continues to learn more about art she teaches the reader how to draw all the figures and shapes within the book. The reader will learn to draw and pull out each page they have practiced on. The last page with be the drawings in the book. I Want To Be An Artist! Is a book that will encourage children to read and draw and use their imagination.

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