Draw, colour and sticker your very own superhero comic books! Make your superheroes – or even yourself – the stars of each super adventure!
The book contains 10 exciting 8-page comics to draw, colour and complete. Each adventure has super story prompts to start you off – and the rest is up to you! You can even pull them out, put them together and give them to your friends to read.
Also includes 6 activity sheets on how to create and draw your superheroes and supervillains, and over 100 fantastic stickers to add to your stories.
- Published by Laurence King
(Including 8 die-cut pockets envelope containing 8 blank piece of card and 20 decorated paper sheets)
Teach children to create art using collage. Who doesn’t enjoy tearing and gluing? Paper Zoo provides templates of animals for children to be creative with. There’s a toucan, a monkey, a hippo, an elephant, a crocodile, a bear and a lion. At the end of the book, there one more collage to create, a group photo for all the animals in the zoo together. This activity book is presented beautifully with cutout typography on the cover and colourful collage animal illustrations inside. A perfect book for the summer holidays. Published by Thames & Hudson.
Here’s the book in action
Companion to the best-selling MAPS – Big Picture Press
More adventures await The Bear’s Song‘s Little Bear and Papa Bear. When the bears seek warmth from their chilly perch atop the Paris Opera House, Little Bear is mistaken for a toy bear and whisked away . . . to a tropical island! Papa Bear sets out on a frenzied journey to find Little Bear, traveling to a bustling wharf, beneath a sea brimming with coral and mermaids, onto a busy beach, and all the way to a sun-drenched island. As in The Bear’s Song, Little Bear is featured in every spread. Will Papa Bear—and the reader—find him? Children and parents alike will savor Chaud’s lush, detail-rich illustrations and the sweet story as well as the book’s bonus seek-and-find elements.
Price £11.99 Hardcover
Publishing Date 09/08/2014
Height 359mm Width 235mm
A gorgeous debut book from a well-renowned, charismatic and in-demand illustrator, whose witty tweets have attracted almost 50,000 followers on Twitter.
An original fill-me-in journal from the World of Moose, packed with ideas and complex illustrations to spark your creative imagination. Playful drawings and simple prompts invite creators of all ages to not only colour, but draw, imagine and finish his dense line drawings. Complete your own city, fill it with people, write a comic and more. The ultimate rainy day book, sure to keep little ones busy for hours!
Published by Big Picture Press on the 1st October.
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About the Author
Moose Allain is a former architect and has taught at the University of North London and the Royal College of Art’s School of Architecture. His illustrations have featured in the Literary Review, Stephen Fry’s 100 Greatest Gadgets and Gadget Man, both on Channel 4.
– Big Picture Press
You can follow Moose Allain @MooseAllain (adults only please!)
Check out his website www.worldofmoose.com
Build your very own awesome automaton step by step from a base unit to the towering, terrifying, tremor-triggering robot of your dreams.
This book provides everything you need to create a robot costume from objects you’d normally just throw out and have a fun day in!
Designed to be enjoyed by children with an adult on hand – this book provides perfect material for a fun family activity day or a kids’ workshop. Viviane Schwarz has illustrated hilarious comics throughout the book to explain the blueprint instruction pages, so this is just as much a story as it is an activity book.