Inspired by American fashion designer, Claire McCardell, this coloring book complements the picture book, CLAIRE: THE LITTLE GIRL WHO CLIMBED TO THE TOP AND CHANGED THE WAY WOMEN DRESS. It provides a creative and fun way for children and aspiring fashion designers to step into Claire's Closet and imagination and to learn how Claire's dream of comfortable clothing has influenced how girls and women dress to this day. Contains 20 drawings with descriptions on back.
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|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.13(d)|
|Age Range:||6 - 10 Years|
About the Author
Mary Ryan Reeves is the illustrator of CLAIRE: THE LITTLE GIRL WHO CLIMBED TO THE TOP AND CHANGED THE WAY WOMEN DRESS, the true story of fashion icon Claire McCardell. Mary always wanted to be a fashion designer. Her first job was as a model in Manhattan's Garment District. Mary graduated with a B.A. in Art Education from Hood College in Frederick, Maryland, Claire McCardell's alma mater and hometown. She raised a family and taught art for 37 years. Now retired, Mary has more time to devote to her artistic interests and to contribute her award-winning talents to local community endeavors including The Claire McCardell Project.
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Coloring book inspired by the life of American fashion icon Claire McCardell who is credited with creating sportswear. This book contains 20 images and complements the picture book, CLAIRE: THE LITTLE GIRL WHO CLIMBED TO THE TOP AND CHANGED THE WAY WOMEN DRESS.