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Artists at Work: A Literature-Based Anti-Coloring Book on Careers in Art: For Those Who Are Young at Art

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Creating art is an invaluable means of self-expression and communication. This new Anti-Coloring Book focuses on professionals in the arts.
Paperback, 92 pages
Published February 15th 1997 by Holt Paperbacks
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Susan Striker is the author of the best-selling Anti-Coloring Book® series with over one million books in print all over the world. Designed to stimulate creativity and encourage problem solving and critical thinking, the books help children draw their own pictures as well as their own conclusions about life. She also wrote Please Touch® (Simon & Schuster) which teaches parents and educators h ...more
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