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Ready Set Draw! How to Draw a TOUCAN with Roxie Munro

Ready Set Draw! How to Draw a TOUCAN from ANTEATERS, BATS & BOAS with Roxie Munro

Have you ever wondered what kind of creatures live in the Amazon Rainforest? Join Roxie Munro for Ready Set Draw! as she shares her new non-fiction book for kids, ANTEATERS, BATS & BOAS: THE AMAZON RAINFOREST FROM THE FOREST FLOOR TO THE TREETOPS. Take a journey in your imagination to a colourful, lush world full of wonderful creatures and learn to draw a toucan in all its splendor.

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About the Book

About Roxie Munro

Roxie was born in Texas, and grew up in southern Maryland, by the Chesapeake Bay. At the age of six,  she won first prize in a county-wide contest for a painting of a bowl of fruit. She has been a working artist all her life, for a while freelancing in Washington DC as a television courtroom artist. It was great training for life drawing, concentration under pressure, and making deadlines. Clients included CBS, the Washington Post, and the Associated Press. Fourteen of her paintings have been published as covers of The New Yorker magazine.

She also creates oils, watercolors, prints, and drawings, primarily cityscapes, which are exhibited widely in the US in galleries and museums. Roxie’s work is in numerous private, public, and corporate collections.

Roxie Munro studied at the University of Maryland, the Maryland Institute College of Art (Baltimore), earned a BFA in Painting from the University of Hawaii, attended graduate school at Ohio University (Athens), and received a Yaddo Fellowship in Painting. She lectures in museums, schools, libraries, conferences, and teaches in workshops.

Many oils and watercolors are views from the roof of her sky-lighted loft studio in Long Island City, New York, just across the East River from her home in mid-Manhattan. Roxie is married to the Swedish writer/photographer, Bo Zaunders ( www.bozaunders.com).

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