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Look What I Did with a Leaf! (Naturecraft)

by Morteza E. Sohi

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Age Appropriateness: Primary/Intermediate
Genre: Informational
Media: Photographs
Review: This is a good example of an informational book because it presents information in a fun and interesting way. The book is about the what leaves are and how we can create art with them. ( )
  emily_reed | Oct 26, 2008 |
We loved this book! The creative ideas and photos were great for sparking an interest in the plants and leaves of the trees in our yard. It helped us to really "see" them and know their growth cycles. ( )
  MrsLee |
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Look What I Did with a Leaf! will show young art and craft lovers how to use nature's bounty to create fanciful animals and natural scenes. Readers will develop their artistic eye and soon learn to see the artistic possibilities that surround them. Morteza E. Sohi gives careful directions on how to choose leaves for shape and color, how to arrange them in an animal form, and how to preserve the finished work of art. A field guide helps young leaf artists learn more about the tools of their craft.

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Provides examples of different kinds of animals that can be made out of leaves and suggests various uses for the finished product.

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