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, and drawing patterns, toys, trees, and other items. A great way to encourage a budding artist, this ... read more
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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.
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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, and drawing patterns, toys, trees, and other items. A great way to encourage a budding artist, this books offers the extra fun of coloring the completed images.
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What to Doodle? My Friends was printed on paper made with 30% post-consumer waste,
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