Simple drawing guide for kids show how to create 30 accurate images, including a grasshopper, monarch butterfly, tarantula, caterpillar, cicada, praying mantis, walking stick, scorpion, carpenter ant, Japanese beetle, inchworm, centipede, termite, and other insects. Step-by-step lessons are accompani... read more
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Simple drawing guide for kids show how to create 30 accurate images, including a grasshopper, monarch butterfly, tarantula, caterpillar, cicada, praying mantis, walking stick, scorpion, carpenter ant, Japanese beetle, inchworm, centipede, termite, and other insects. Step-by-step lessons are accompanied by blank practice pages.
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