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ISBN:0762429275
Author: Nikalas Catlow
ISBN13: 978-0762429271
Title: Do You Doodle?
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ePUB size: 1206 kb
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Language: English
Category: Arts Music and Photography
Publisher: Running Press Kids (June 5, 2007)
Pages: 256

Do You Doodle? by Nikalas Catlow



FREE shipping on qualifying offers. With all the pressure for kids to achieve at whatever they try, here is the perfect antidote-a book that simply invites them to enter and play. There are over 200 pages to complete and create

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Do You Doodle? Author : Nikalas Catlow. Publisher : Running Pr Book Pub. Book Price. R. 38 on ( Rs. s may apply Shipping Charges) R. 97 kart. There are over 200 pages to complete and create.

Summary:With all the pressure for kids to achieve at whatever they try, here is the perfect antidote-a book that simply invites them to enter and play.

With a shiny foiled cover and 200+ spectacular interior pages that feature engaging, full-color artwork, you’re guaranteed hours and hours of enjoyment. As always, no drawing skills are required-just your imagination.

Do You Doodle? Nikalas Catlow. Publication Date: 20/10/2005. Categories: Art and Craft. A summer holiday essential', Sunday Express Magazine. This book is fantastic. Keeps children entertained for hours, and it is suitable for a huge range of ages who will scribble all over it with varying degrees of artistic talent', Yorkshire Post. Michael O’Mara Books.

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There are over 200 pages to complete and create. A book that will be as irresistible to overtaxed adults as it is to kids eager to enjoy its spirit of adventure, imagination, and creativity. Do You Doodle? (9780762429271) by Nikalas Catlow.

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My husband bought me a coloring book, named "Do You Doodle?" by Nikalas Catlow. I saw it sitting in Walmart, its golden cover just beckoning for me to see the treasure inside. Basically, its a book that encourages you to "complete a picture" using your imagination. I however, am a late 20-something. This blog is NOT kid friendly.

With all the pressure for kids to achieve at whatever they try, here is the perfect antidote-a book that simply invites them to enter and play. Nikalas Catlow has made a start on each of the generous-sized pages-a few beginning strokes of pictures and prompts like a boy looking into a bowl and asking what’s in there. Doodlers go off from there on a liberating flight of mindless fancy. There are over 200 pages to complete and create. A book that will be as irresistible to overtaxed adults as it is to kids eager to enjoy its spirit of adventure, imagination, and creativity.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 6/5/2007Pages: 256Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
Reviews: 7
Wanenai
Our 9 year old daughter absolutely LOVES this book! BUT the listing says from preschool up. Isn't she too old? Nope! Of course a preschooler could use this book but unless they were a budding artist, not sure how much they would really get out of it. Now admittedly our 9 year old is no artist and that is partly why we purchased this as her art skills do need some improving. As she chooses which page to complete, I am trying to encourage her to draw to the scale of the picture already present. For example, on one page there is a young girl holding some strings and the instructions tell you to add balloons. Well, the first attempt resulted in what looked like marshmallows on sticks! Today she needed to draw an octopus so after seeing her first very small attempt we did some research and found her a book on the Kindle about the octopus so that she could draw something similar and to scale.

SO yes, you can certainly just hand this book to your child and let them doodle/draw whatever they wish OR you can be a little more in control and teach as they go. Once the drawing is complete we are also encouraging her to color it in using even more of her imagination.

Large, thick pages with plenty of space for creating. LOVE IT!
Wire
My daughter has several doodle activity books and they entertain her for quite some time. I bought this one as a gift, but my daughter had a black and white version of this same book. I like the color edition better. Love that is creates imagination and creativity of all ages. Gift is for 7 year old.

As an adult, I even enjoy doing a few activity pages with my daughter. Super fun!!!!
Gathris
This was originally purchased at a local BN store by my husband for me, four years ago, while I was in a hospital. It was thin papered, greyscale, and lots of fun to doodle on and color (as a coloring book).

So my daughter, 11, and son, 8, wanted it recently and I popped on Amazon and bought them one. It arrived today. It has thick pages with colored images. My kids don't want it....it will be returned and I'll be searching for the b&w version!
Wohald
I use this for therapy sessions. Kids and teens love it! Maybe some adults too!
Defolosk
I can't wait to pull this book out to show my son when he's an adult how very very twisted he was as a child! At last, evidence!!
Seriously, this is so much fun! My son is wildly imaginanitive and hilarious so a book like this is right up his alley. I literally laughed out loud over the things he did with this book. It's a hoot.
Hǻrley Quinn
My 11-year-old daughter bought this with allowance money, and has really enjoyed it. She's kept a sketch book for the past couple of years, and is always drawing on scratch paper around the house, as well as doing other artistic projects. This book adds prompts: she flips pages until she finds an idea that sparks her imagination, and then draws based on the prompt (words and a partial picture). I'd recommend this to anyone who wants that kind of activity.
allegro
my mother-in-law brought a book like this when she was visiting from out of town so i thought i'd buy one for our 12 hour road trip. my 4 year old daughter LOVED it. she learned how to copy/draw so many things and it kept her entertained for quite awhile. i love that it sparks your imagination and the drawings are really cute.
I purchased Oodles of Doodles a long time ago (years) when my son was young. Based on the cover of this book (Do you Doodle), I thought it might be too young for him (he's 11 now), but it is great. The original one had a lot more pages, but I knew that before I purchased it. At some point, I will probably check out the Halloween and spooky books, too.