Airplanes and Ships You Can Draw

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Millbrook Press, Jan 1, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Do you love mighty tugboats or sleek fighter jets? Whatever your favorite ship or airplane, you’ll soon be drawing these vehicles like a pro with the help of this fun book. Just follow the steps and you’ll have a great-looking transporter before you know it. Fact-filled descriptions accompany the drawings, so you can learn all about planes and boats. You’ll also find tips on adding details to your drawing - like a banner for your biplane or a skull and crossbones for your pirate ship. So get out some paper and grab a pencil. Then get ready, get set, and get drawing!
 

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Contents

About This Book
4
Helpful Hints
5
How to Draw a Submarine
6
How to Draw a Fighter Jet
8
How to Draw a Speedboat
10
How to Draw a Tugboat
12
How to Draw a 747 Airplane
16
How to Draw a Biplane
20
How to Draw a Helicopter
24
How to Draw a Pirate Ship
28
Further ReadingIndex
32
Back Cover
34
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Patricia M. Stockland has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from South Dakota State University. She lives in Minnesota and is currently completing her Master of Arts thesis in literature from Minnesota State University, Mankato. She has taught composition and enjoys both writing and helping others to write. Ms. Stockland is an editor and author of children s nonfiction books.

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