Learn to Draw with Lindsay Ward, Creator of Rosie: Stronger than Steel
The Children’s Book Review | March 31, 2020
In our eighth installment of the “Learn to Draw on TCBR” series, Lindsay Ward, creator of Rosie: Stronger than Steel, teaches us how to draw Rosie— a brave tractor who farms for freedom in a story inspired by women who acted with courage and strength in American factories and on British farms during World War II.
Grab a pencil and a sketchbook and let’s learn to draw together!
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Download the free printable here: Learn to draw Rosie.
Written and Illustrated by Lindsay Ward
Publisher’s Synopsis: A brave tractor farms for freedom in a story inspired by women who acted with courage and strength in American factories and on British farms during World War II.
This is our Rosie,
stronger than steel.
She’ll plow all the land
with a turn of her wheel.
Built by women in the United States and sent to England to dig and plow alongside female farmers during World War II, Rosie the tractor does whatever is needed to support the war effort. She works day and night to help grow crops for the troops…even when she has to hide in the fields. This is because she knows, like the women who built her and the women who farm with her, that they all must do their part.
Inspired by the group of American women collectively known as “Rosie the Riveter” and the British Women’s Land Army, this is a story about taking action and coming together for the greater good.
Ages 4-8 | Publisher: Two Lions | April 1, 2020 | ISBN-13: 978-1542017947
About the Author-Illustrator
Lindsay Ward is the creator of the Dexter T. Rexter series as well as This Book Is Gray, Brobarians, Rosco vs. the Baby, and The Importance of Being 3. Her book Please Bring Balloons was also made into a play. Lindsay lives with her family in Peninsula, Ohio, where she often sees tractors from the 1930s and 1940s. Learn more about her online at www.lindsaymward.com and on Twitter: @lindsaymward
Enter for a chance to win a copy of Lindsay Ward’s Rosie: Stronger than Steel
One (1) winner receives:
- A copy of Rosie: Stronger Than Steel
Giveaway begins March 31, 2020, at 12:01 A.M. MT and ends April 30, 2020, at 11:59 P.M. MT.
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- A copy of Rosie: Stronger than Steel
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Discover more books like ‘Rosie: Sronger Than Steel,’ written and illustrated by Lindsay Ward, by checking out our reviews and articles tagged with Picture Book, Things That Go Books, Tractors, Women’s History, and World War 2. Be sure to follow along with our Learn To Draw series, too!
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