Ready Set Draw! The Guards from THE KING’S GOLDEN BEARD

On this episode of Ready Set Draw! Klaas Verplancke teaches us how to draw the guards from
THE KING’S GOLDEN BEARD!
SUPPLIES

-Pencil
-Thick black marker
-Thin black marker
-Safety scissors
-Ruler
-White paper
-Brown construction paper
-Colored markers
-Posca paint marker or yellow marker

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You can also download this template to help you draw the guards!

About the BookWho’s to blame when a vain, heedless king meets his comeuppance? He is, of course!

The lush, golden royal beard is a wondrous thing – especially to the king himself. He spends his days admiring and grooming it, and passes laws making it a crime for anyone else’s face to sport even a single hair. As the people of the kingdom nervously shave daily, the royal beard grows and grows until it appears at the palace’s back gate. What happens next will have readers laughing along – and cheering for the astronomers who, unlike the tyrannical king, know that the earth is round. 

ABOUT Klaas Verplancke

Klaas Verplancke is an author, illustrator, animator, and professor of illustration who was won acclaim for his work in the New Yorker and the New York Times, as well as for the Museum of Modern Art and other international venues. A finalist for the Hans Christian Andersen Medal for illustration and a frequent nominee for the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award, he lives in Belgium. His books have won the prestigious Bologna Ragazzi Award and been selected for the White Raven and IBBY Honor lists.

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