Trust Me, You Can Letter: The Super-Cute, Can’t-Fail, Totally Awesome Lettering Book for Kids of All Ages Spiral-Bound |

Jessie Arnold

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Kids of all ages will learn to letter in 18 different styles with this super-fun guide that breaks art instruction down into bite-sized lessons.

Fancy letters are beautiful, but people often think they are too hard to draw. Well, think again! Everyone’s favorite art teacher, Mrs. Arnold, is back with another super-fun guide that breaks popular art techniques down into bite-sized lessons. In this newest book, Mrs. Arnold will teach readers how to draw 18 different alphabet styles! Trust her—anyone can do it! 

The book is conveniently organized into three main lettering styles: classic art deco letters, fancy cursive letters, and fun bubble letters. Each alphabet has step-by-step lessons and room to practice drawing right in the book. Once readers master a main alphabet, they can move on to their choice of five variations on the style. It’s the easiest way to learn lettering. So, whether readers are decorating a scrapbook, making a cute card to send to a friend, or just playing around, they'll be able to pick the lettering style that’s right for them.

BONUS! Also included in the book are 40+ step-by-step drawing exercises and lessons on how to put together complete compositions. 
Publisher: Schiffer Publishing
Original Binding: Trade Paperback
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN-10: 0764366572
Item Weight: 1.1 lbs
Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.83 x 10.0 inches
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Jessie Arnold has taught thousands of children to learn how to draw, and she can teach you too! Mrs. Arnold is an artist and educator with more than 20 years of experience in teaching children creative arts. She is the author of Trust Me, You Can Draw and the founder of the popular @mrs.arnoldsartroom on Instagram, and she has led workshops for the Chicago Planners Association and Wandering Planners. She holds a bachelor's degree in art education from Miami University and a master's degree in educational leadership from St. Xavier's University. She resides in Chicago, Illinois, with her husband and two children.