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Title:
Aircraft
Author:
Walsh, Patricia, 1951-
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
Chicago, Ill. : Heinemann Library, [2001]

©2001
Physical Description:
32 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm.
Series:
Summary:
Instructions and illustrations demonstrate how to draw eleven different airplanes and one helicopter.
Language:
English
Added Author:
ISBN:
9781575723471
Format :
Book

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Summary

Learn how to draw airplanes, jets, and helicopters in six easy-to-follow steps. Some of the aircraft you will learn to draw include: Bell JetRanger Helicopter, Boeing 747, Learjet, Piper J-3 Cub, Spirit of St. Louis, Wright Flyer.


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Booklist Review

Gr. 3^-6. Each book in the Draw It! series begins with an introduction to the tools of drawing and to the illustrator of that volume--Mark Adamic in Aircraft, David Westerfield in Animals. The rest of each book is composed of drawing projects, one per double-page spread. Each includes a brief introduction and six illustrated steps for sketching a subject. For instance, the spread "Draw an F-15 Eagle" begins with a few sentences about the fighter plane, then describes and shows how to draw it in six steps, from basic shapes to details and shading. Aircraft is arranged chronologically, from the Wright brothers' flying machine through the Spirit of St. Louis to a modern Bell JetRanger helicopter. In Woodland Animals, the format is similar, but the introductory sentences give a few facts about each animal, such as the skunk, the woodpecker, and the porcupine. An effective new series for children learning to draw. --Carolyn Phelan


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