How to Draw 101 Monsters

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Top That! Publishing PLC, Jun 1, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
4 Reviews
These 48-page books are brilliant for any young child wanting to learn how to draw. The books include simple step-by-step black and white illustrations to follow to make the learning process easy and fun. Once these titles have been mastered the budding young artists will be ready and prepared to try some amazing drawings of their own!

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User Review  - torrey23 - LibraryThing

This is not what I expected. I was expecting a book that would provide step by step directions on how to draw these monsters. Instead, this book is a guide on how to draw better monsters. You need a ... Read full review

kids love it.

User Review  - ellaglen - Overstock.com

My kids love this book. I've been looking for a book that almost all of my children can enjoy (ages 1-10) The step-by-step illustrations are so easy to follow that it is suitable for my 5 year old ... Read full review

About the author (2004)

Dan Green is an I/O psychology and organizational strategy consultant who has spent the last 15 years helping companies achieve their goals and align to their vision. Organizations he has accelerated toward success include BearingPoint, Deloitte, Stanley Associates, Tandberg, Cisco Systems, The Washington Capitals, eGreen LLC, Underground Audio, Four-leaf Design, Open Net Inc., Oberon Associates, and many others. His subject matter expertise is in customer success, improving the lives of individual employees, corporate finance, metric systems, global operations, ease of doing business, process engineering, value stream mapping, strategic planning, and increasing process velocities. He holds an MBA from Marymount University and a BS in Business Management from George Mason, and his certifications include PMP, ITILv3 Expert, and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, with subject matter expertise in Balanced Scorecard methodology, emotional intelligence, organizational behavior, global operations, sales enablement, and overall corporate ninja tactics.

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