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Description Teaches children the first important skills for early reading! These letters are magnetic and they talk and sing. Children can play with letters and spell out words on the fridge, or place a letter in... more

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Description Details: Learn to Draw Comics is a new title in the successful Learn to Draw series of instructional step-by-step books for beginners. It covers the basic techniques of drawing comic strips and graphi... more

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“Learning to Draw”

published 19/08/2007

AdvantagesStep by step guide, lots of ideas

DisadvantagesSome of the artwork is too intricate for under 5s.

...۩۩۩ Introduction ۩۩۩ Having been delighted with a couple of other Usborne Activities books relating to things to ?make and do? I was expecting to be just as pleased with some of the ?How to Draw? Usborne Activity books that I bought for my niece who is a huge fan of everything to do with princesses, fairies and mermaids. ۩۩۩ The book &...

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Super

“Learning how to draw.”

published 30/09/2007

AdvantagesGreat for fans of ballerinas and princesses. The stickers!!

DisadvantagesSome of the drawings are too intricate.

...ΔΔΔ Introduction ΔΔΔ Having been delighted with a couple of other Usborne Activities books relating to things to 'make and do' I was expecting to be just as pleased with some of the 'How to Draw' Usborne Activity books that I bought for my niece who is a huge fan of everything to do with princesses, fairies, ballerinas etc.. ΔΔΔ The book &#9...

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Excellent

“To draw or not to draw”

published 09/03/2015

AdvantagesPrice, usability, easy to set-up

DisadvantagesCan be a bit over-sensitive so you really need to set it up well.

...Please note: the active drawing area is 4 x 2.3 inches not 3 as I stated in the title (fat fingers, sorry).... Over the past couple of years, on and off, I've been looking for a simple but effective drawing tablet but they have all been pretty pricey and just seemed to take up too much space. On a cramped desk, space is at a premium. Yes, I could have bought a bigger desk but then that's just...

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