Tanya Roitman earned an MFA from the Estonian Academy of Arts and began her career working for the St. Petersburg Russian Circus. She has written and illustrated many children?s books and now resides in New Jersey.
For years, matryoshkas—Russian nesting dolls—have captured the imaginations of children all over the world. This interactive novelty book is illustrated with authentic Russian folk art and features the days of the week with push-out dolls. This unusual format encourages children to invent stories,...[more]
Do You Wear Diapers? invites kids to explore where different animals “go potty” in an engaging, question-and answer format. Young readers’ potty-training efforts will be reinforced by the repeated question, “Do you wear diapers?” Kids who wear diapers maybe positively encouraged to model themselves...[more]
Bright, engaging activities for young artists! Just learned to hold a crayon or pencil? You can draw! First scribbles and drawings are important, necessary precursors to reading and writing. This activity book teaches and encourages without over-directing. For instance, a half-house on one page invites...[more]
Creative, imaginative, and engaging play for first-time artists In these first activity books, kids can complete and color all kinds of faces: boys, girls, tigers, monkeys, even ladybugs. At first, toddlers might only draw a circle for a face, not adding eyes, nose, or mouth. But in time, they will...[more]
With bold and bright art, these activity books are ideal for children who have just learned to hold a crayon or pencil. First scribbles and drawings are important, necessary precursors to reading and writing. 8.99 USD
Creative, imaginative play for first-time artists Far more than the usual coloring book, this bold, first activity book helps emerging artists develop a gradual and natural grasp of details, shapes, colors, scale and anatomy. At first, children might draw a person’s body as an undefined shape or blob....[more]