The story of Irma Stern, one of South Africa’s most famous artists, is shared in this wonderfully written biography, perfect for young artists and scholars.
No matter the life experience, adventure or challenge a child is going through, I always find myself thinking: ‘There’s a book for that!’ And now there is a book to tell you which book they should read.
By E.G Lutz (Lom Art - an imprint of Micheal O'Mara books) First printed in 1921, this is the book credited with inspiring Walt Disney's animation career. A simple step-by-step breakdown of how to draw using basic shapes and drawing everything from birds and animals...
This award wining creative book is a gift to children. Wonderfully interactive and fun, you’re invited to press the yellow dot. Turn the page and it doubles, turn through the next pages and you’re invited to shake the pages, tilt the book and find out what happens next.
Making art fun is Marion Deuchars’ calling. Her range of Let’s make Great Art books inspire creativity, design and art for people of all ages. Making place mat art is just what it sounds like – fun activities that can be made at the dinner table.
Craft books are perfect for long holidays and this series educates children about seaside habitats while offering great creative ideas, perfect for a beach excursion.
This delightful book was lent to us by a friend and we hardly wanted to give it back. Katie and her grandma visit the art gallery for her grandma’s birthday. Katie is gazing at a picture of The Luncheon by Claude Monet when she spies a garden in the backdrop.