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Little Annie's Art Book
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Little Annie's Art Book

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Publisher: How Great Thou Art Publications
Author: Barry  Stebbing
Saundra Stebbing

List Price: Softcover: $10.95

Ages: 9-11 Years

Reviewed By: Sarah Bailey


Little Annie’s Art Book is an art curriculum written by Barry and Saundra Stebbing from How Great Thou Art Publications, who seek to teach art that glorifies God as well as letting children know they can create art. Little Annie’s Art Book is not just for girls, as both boys and girls need to learn manners and proper etiquette – and that is what makes this book unique as it teaches manners and art at the same time. The curriculum is geared for ages 4 to 9 and has over 45 lessons covering such items as drawing, making cards, stories, and manners.

Each chapter focuses on something or someone in a child’s life such as peers, guests, family, and elders. The Table of Contents is cute, set up as courses of meals: salad, vegetables, dessert as well as the other courses. Also included are cut and paste cards and five marker cards. These are 8 ½ by 11-inch cardstock cards that hold up well under the use of markers. Children will be immersed in both Scripture and manners as they progress through art lessons such as designing a present, drawing and coloring one of their dreams, writing a formal letter to a politician, making and sending a photo card, and many, many more.

The cut and paste chapter has images that children can use to make their own stickers, make a card and envelope, and paper angels. In the next and last chapter, the child uses markers to complete some lessons with the included marker cards. These lessons teach them about secondary and primary colors, warm and cool colors and other ways to add some finishing touches to the pictures. The very last item of note in the book is the “Pressed Patty” and “Flat Jack” that children can color, cut out and share with others, recording the good deeds that they do.

The book is in black and white and if the child does the lessons in the book, it will soon be filled with color, however the pages can also be copied for in home use if the child would rather work on a piece of paper. At the end of the book children will or should have a good grasp on manners, how to use them and also about using art in every day occurrences, such as card making. Using simple materials such as crayons, markers, colored pencils and a drawing pencil, it’s easy to get started without a lot of expense. Little Annie’s Art Book is a gentle introduction to art, Scripture and etiquette that will be a great addition to any home or classroom.

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Available From: How Great Thou Art Publications
Address: Box 48 Mc Farlan, NC 28102
Phone: 1.800.982.DRAW (3729)
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Sarah Bailey
I am a homeschooling mom in our second year. I am eclectic in our approach and use what works for each child. My husband and I have been married 8 year and we have 3 blessings from the Lord.
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