Kids' Computer Creations by Carol Sabbeth
Using Your Computer for Art & Craft Fun (Williamson Kids Can Books)

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Here's an upbeat, productive and educational solution to encouraging children's creativity in the computer age. As kids make everything from crafts to art, they will also discover the remarkable versatility of their computers--and the even more remarkable results of combining their own hands-on artistic instincts with computer capabilities. Illustrations.
 

About Carol Sabbeth

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Carol Sabbeth presents art workshops to children and teachers throughout the United States. She also impersonates famous female artists in storytelling performances to bring their artistry to life. She teaches at the American School of Paris's summer program, and is the author of "Crayons and Computers," "Kids' Computer Creations," and "Monet and the Impressionists for Kids,"
 
Published September 1, 1995 by Williamson Publishing Company (VT). 160 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Computers & Technology.

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