How to Draw a Giggle by Christopher Eliopoulos

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Have you ever seen a giggle? Do you want to know how to draw one? Christopher Eliopoulos, illustrator and author, will show you step-by-step how to draw a GIGGLE.

A giggle? Really?

Yes!

Because there are SO MANY giggles in his newest book, THE GIGGLES ARE COMING, that he thought YOU just might just want to draw a giggle or ten, too.

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The Giggles Are Coming is a story about two best friends’ first day of school. Just as the teacher introduces herself, one of the friends makes a joke with the word butt in it. It’s pretty funny so…the GIGGLES show up! They’re everywhere and impossible to escape. Soon a GUFFAW shows up, and then the CHUCKLES! What will their teacher think if the friends can’t avoid laughing in the middle of her first lesson?

Read what Chris writes about the book…

How to Draw a Giggle — Step by Step Directions

Watch the video Chris made for you, get your art supplies out, and get ready to draw!

About Christopher Eliopoulos

Christopher Eliopoulos is the illustrator of the New York Times bestselling Ordinary People Change the World series of picture book biographies, the books that inspired the PBS show, Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and their identical twin sons (when the boys are home from college). You can visit him online at ChrisEliopoulos.com.


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step by step how to video for drawing a giggle by Christopher Eliopoulos

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