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The Rosen Publishing Group, Dec 15, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Even though dinosaurs have been extinct for a very long time, young artists can make them seem alive through their own budding art skills. With pencil in hand, they'll draw leaf-eating reptiles And The excitingly ferocious T-Rex. Young artists will learn basic drawing skills and what materials are needed, how to shade, and how to create realistic movement.

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Susie Hodge is a secondary school teacher and a governor of the University of London. Susie writes articles and resources for museums and galleries, runs educational workshops in schools and other institutions and has written numerous education books.

Steve Roberts is a syndicated columnist and a political analyst. He and his wife Cokie write a weekly column together that is syndicated in major newspapers across the country.

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