The pages are one-sided and can be torn from the book to make for easy hanging and sharing. Icons on each page show children whether they’ll trace or print with their hands, fingers, thumbs, toes, or feet. With plenty of opportunities to experiment and personalize, the unique pictures will reflect each child’s own creative energy.
This quaint little art book for burgeoning artists is all about hand and foot action.
— Picture Book Depot
Jacky Bahbout‘s previous children’s books include Make Art with Your Hands and Feet, Funny Face!, and My Fashion Lookbook. She lives in London.
Momoko Kudo is a young illustrator who trained at Camberwell School of Art, London. She created the illustrations for Make Art with Your Hands and Feet.