How to Draw Easter Symbols

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2005 - Art - 24 pages
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Enrich students' understanding of their favorite holidays and introduce them to new religions with the newest addition to Rosen's step-by-step guides to drawing. Each book focuses on a different holiday and eight of its most common symbols. Chapters detail the history of the holiday and interesting facts about how different holiday traditions came to be, while the drawing allows the student to tap into his or her creative side and discover that learning can be fun. Did your students ever wonder why today's Easter celebrations include Easter bunnies and egg hunts? This fun, fact-filled book will teach them everything they ever wanted to know about the important history of this holiday and the meanings behind its famous symbols. Students will enjoy enriching their knowledge of this favorite Christian holiday while having fun at the same time!

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Christine Webster was introduced to Brand New Readers while teaching her own kids to read. OTTER EVERYWHERE is her first contribution to the series. She lives in Ontario, Canada.
Tim Nihoff is an illustrator and graphic designer who lives on Peaks Island, Maine. OTTER EVERYWHERE is his first book with Candlewick Press.

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