Ready Set Draw! A butterfly and bee from A HUG IS FOR HOLDING ME
All you need is paper and a pen (and maybe a beret) to create magical creatures with illustrator, Lisk Feng. On this episode of Ready Set Draw! learn to draw a butterfly girl and a very cheeky looking bee from A HUG IS FOR HOLDING ME, written by Lisa Wheeler and illustrated by Lisk.
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-Marker, pen, or pencil
ABOUT THE BOOK
by Lisa Wheeler (Author), Lisk Feng (Illustrator)
A HUG IS FOR HOLDING ME is a sweet, cozy book about love and affection and invites children to engage with the natural world in a fresh, new way. Some hugs are tight and some hugs are snug . . . but guess who gives the BEST hugs?
ABOUT LISK FENG
Lisk Feng is an award-winning illustrator who is initially from China, and now a New York-based freelance illustrator. She graduated from MFA Illustration Practice from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2014, with a lot of publications and advertisings projects seen by the world, such as The New Yorker, Apple, Penguin, Airbnb, The New York Times, Chanel, etc. Meanwhile, her illustrations received some awards and recognitions such as Silver Medal from the Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts Excellence Award, 3X3 Silver Medal, American Illustration winner, etc. She also published several children`s books with Flying Eye Books, Abrams and Kids Can Press. She was awarded one of the Art Directors Club 15 young gun artists among all artists from all fields worldwide in 2017.
ABOUT ABRAMS BOOKS
ABRAMS BOOKS FOR YOUNG READERS publishes picture books and illustrated nonfiction for preschool through middle-grade readers. Some highlights of this award-winning children’s line include Library Mouse; Rosie Revere, Engineer; I Am Yoga; Animalia; Babar’s Museum of Art; Separate Is Never Equal; Maritcha; and 365 Penguins.
Executive Producer: Julie Gribble