Dinosaurs and Other Prehistoric Creatures You Can Draw
Do you love spiky Stegosaurus or tanklike Triceratops? Whatever your favorite prehistoric beast, you’ll soon be drawing these creatures like a pro with the help of this fun book. Just follow the steps, and you’ll have a great-looking dino before you know it. Fact-filled descriptions accompany the drawings, so you can learn all about different kinds of prehistoric animals. You’ll also find tips on adding details to your drawing - like fish for Pterodactylus or a nest and eggs for Ankylosaurus. So get out some paper and grab a pencil. Then get ready, get set, and get drawing!
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