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With a delicious picnic under one arm and bathing suits under the other, Hilda and Herbert enthusiastically make the most of everything the seaside has to offer: building sand castles, playing ball, surfing with dolphins, and last, but not least, enjoying ice cream at the end of the day.
With distinctive, retro-looking illustrations and rhyming text, this book is filled with fun and laughter, and is the perfect companion for a day in the sunshine.R260.00 inc. VAT
By exploring the book through a red filter, discover the exciting interiors and wacky everyday lives of the inhabitants of Hide and Seek City!R160.00 inc. VAT
Drawing a chicken is easy … isn’t it? Follow Jean-Vincent’s attempts to draw a chicken as he has to contend with runaway beaks, sleeping eggs and peckish chickens. The entertaining characters and witty text in this book will charm readers of all ages and will encourage children to draw with humour and imagination.R300.00 inc. VAT
Ideal for all those who work with type daily, this book provides an accessible way in to the world of typefaces, for the general reader, but also graphic designers who want to explore fonts in more detail and design their own letterforms.R200.00 inc. VAT
In this interactive book, Marion Deuchars takes the broad canvas of ART and fills it with drawings and activities that let you discover what art can be, how it can be made, what it can mean for you and what it has meant for people through the ages.R330.00 inc. VAT
Discover different and surprising ways of creating pictures with finger- and handprintsR290.00 inc. VAT
Based on the bestselling “Let’s Make Some Great Art”, Marion Deuchars has devised some fun and educational art activities to keep kids, young and old, occupied at mealtimesR180.00 inc. VAT
Draw the perfect meal for a boa constrictor, create a gallery of monsters, make your own comic strip, sketch a crocodile’s favourite food and more. Let’s Make More Great Placemat Art!R90.00 inc. VAT
A young zebra foal has become separated from his mom and dad. He enlists the help of other animals in the Land of Kachoo in his search for his parents.R290.00 inc. VAT
Five amazing moving dinosaurs to press out, slot together and play with!
Make a T-Rex, Triceratops, Apatosaurus, Stegosaurus and Pteranodon. Each of these detailed 3D models comes with easy-to-follow assembly instructions, and no scissors or glue required!
Created by Sato Hisao, talented paper artist and engineer. Perfect for ages 8+ and a great project for adults, too!R200.00 inc. VAT
Make art with your hands and feet! reinterprets the classic body-based drawing project for young children. Children can trace around their hands, fingers, and thumbs to complete 32 different pictures on the page, as well as making hand- and finger-prints with paintR150.00 inc. VAT
Meet the Artist: Alberto Giacometti is packed with inspiring activities for budding young artists to make and do. Taking inspiration from the artist’s distinctive body of work, Nick White’s introduction to Giacometti gets children creating interesting portraits, sculptures and collage landscapes.R150.00 inc. VAT
Meet the Artist: David Hockney is a fun, creative and engaging introduction to the work of one of Britain’s most exciting artists. Packed with make-and-dos, inspiring activities for young budding artists and bold, playful illustrations by Rose Blake. The Meet the Artist series encourages children to use art as an avenue for exploring ideas and expressing their own experiences through art- making.R140.00 inc. VAT
This book is bursting with wonderful activities and ideas for budding young artists. Join TATE curator Zoé Whitley and illustrator Hélène Baum on a vibrant journey through the works of Frank Bowling, and make your own artwork along the way!R150.00 inc. VAT
Step into the magical world of the Pre-Raphaelites. Learn about the literature, mythology, poetry and culture that inspired this radical group of artists, creating your own works of art along the way.R135.00 inc. VAT
The circus is in town and ready to show the audience a good time! In this creative and playful book, illustrator Ed Cheverton invites readers to meet a troupe of circus performers who create sculptures from found objects and shapes.Have no product in the cart!