The ultimate doodle collection, here are 240 fun pictures for kids to finish: animals, people, cars, and so much more. Kit contains What to Doodle? Everything! — 120 incomplete illustrations; What to Doodle? When I Grow Up! — 60 almost-finished drawings; What to Doodle? A... read more
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What to Doodle? Creepy Crawlies! by Chuck Whelon Kids can fill in the details of 62 incomplete illustrations, including the patterns on a butterfly's wings, a chameleon's background, a dragonfly's reflection, fleas on an itchy dog, and much more.
What to Doodle? All Sorts of Sports! by Chuck Whelon Action-packed lineup of 62 incomplete sports images encourages budding artists to add finishing touches. Kids can design a baseball player's uniform, draw a champion swimmer's medals, and more, then color each page!
What to Doodle? Amazing Animals! by Chuck Whelon Youngsters can finish what we started with these 62 incomplete animal images. Decorate a butterfly's wings, illustrate a boa constrictor's prey, show what angers a charging rhino, and more.
What to Doodle? At the Aquarium by Jillian Phillips More than 60 drawings depict a delightful variety of sea creatures, each with something missing. Kids can add tentacles to an octopus, decorate a hermit crab's shell, and other finishing touches.
What to Doodle? At the Zoo by Jillian Phillips Sixty-two drawings depict a variety of zoo animals, each with something missing. Young children can add teeth to a grinning crocodile, dream up a snack for a gorilla, and add other imaginative details.
What to Doodle? Dinosaurs! by Chuck Whelon From drawing a T. rex's prey and a sabertooth tiger's fangs to dreaming up an array of markings, plates, and spikes, kids can use their creativity to complete 62 unfinished images of prehistoric creatures.
What to Doodle? Everyday by Rosie Brooks From drawing what Jeremy and John are riding to school to finishing pictures of birthday cakes, cars, animals, and more, this pint-sized doodle book offers something for everybody! Approximately 60 incomplete illustrations.
What to Doodle? Fantastic Fantasy! by Chuck Whelon Budding artists can complete these 62 illustrations in their own creative style — by decorating a wizard's robe, designing a knight's shield, drawing a goblin's steed, and more. Then they can color each page!
What to Doodle? Girl Stuff! by Chuck Whelon Fairies, princesses, mermaids, pop stars, and more: 62 illustrations need their final finishing touches. Girls will have fun creating their own personalized pictures — and then coloring the completed drawings.
What to Doodle? Jr.--Animals! by Jillian Phillips This compact doodle book depicts a delightful variety of zoo and aquarium animals, each with something missing. Perfect for children ages 6 and up. Includes more than 120 illustrations to finish.
What to Doodle? Jr.--Everything! by Rosie Brooks Each of these partially drawn images features a caption that encourages children as young as six to use their imagination to complete the sketch. This compact volume contains more than 120 illustrations.
What to Doodle? My Friends by Rosie Brooks Spark kids' creativity with this delightful little doodle book. They'll provide the finishing touches for dozens of simple illustrations of friends — adding balloons and flowers, sketching pets, drawing patterns, toys, trees, and other items.
What to Doodle? Things That Go! by Chuck Whelon Here's a new creative outlet for clever kids. They can complete 62 illustrations in their own unique style — by creating a rocket ship, decorating a private jet or a hot-air balloon, designing a car, and more.
What to Doodle? When I Grow Up! by Chuck Whelon Help kids spark their imaginations and creative energy with these 62 almost-finished drawings. Budding artists can fill in fun details of career-related illustrations, including the work of scientists, musicians, decorators, and designers.
What to Doodle? Best Friends Forever! by Chuck Whelon Kids can design a pair of matching lockets, draw a companion for a teddy bear, create a home for an adorable puppy, and fill in the details of other friendship-related illustrations.
What to Doodle? Christmas Creations! by Chuck Whelon Kids can draw toys from Santa's workshop, sketch a friend for a lonely snowman, illustrate the gifts beneath a Christmas tree, and lots more. Plus, each page can be colored when completed.
What to Doodle? Happy Halloween! by Chuck Whelon Kids can fill in the details of these delightfully spooky but incomplete illustrations. Playful Halloween scenes range from the landscape beneath a flying witch to the residents of a haunted house.
What to Doodle? In the Garden! by Chuck Whelon Spark young imaginations and creative energy with these 62 unfinished drawings of scenes from the garden. Kids can draw their favorite vegetables, sketch acorn-gathering squirrels, design gardening tools, and more.
What to Doodle? Manga! by Ted Rechlin Sixty almost-finished illustrations based on the Japanese style of cartooning known as manga offer imaginative opportunities for doodlers. Draw a samurai sword, monster teeth, warrior tattoos, and other fantastic images.
What to Doodle? Superheroes! by Ted Rechlin More than 60 unfinished drawings invite cartoon fans and adventure lovers of all ages to doodle the crucial details of action-packed sequences involving superheroes, villains, robots, and monsters.
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How to Draw Birds by John Green Easy-to-follow guide shows how to create likenesses of a peacock, swan, duck, cardinal, penguin, toucan, owl, ostrich, and 22 other avian creatures. Perfect for demonstrating the fundamentals of shape and dimension. Includes blank practice pages.
How to Draw Dinosaurs by Barbara Soloff Levy, Drawing Easy-to-follow guide enables even young children to draw 28 dinosaurs in convincing detail: tyrannosaurus rex, dimetrodon, triceratops, ankylosaurus, others. Drawing basic shapes, adding legs and other features, details, more.
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The ultimate doodle collection, here are 240 fun pictures for kids to finish: animals, people, cars, and so much more. Kit contains What to Doodle? Everything! — 120 incomplete illustrations; What to Doodle? When I Grow Up! — 60 almost-finished drawings; What to Doodle? At the Zoo Little Activity Book — 60 unfinished drawings of a crocodile, toucan, and more; and a jumbo drawing pencil.
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