D Is 4 Doodles: A Step-by-step Drawing Book by Deborah ZemkeD Is 4 Doodles: A Step-by-step Drawing Book by Deborah Zemke

D Is 4 Doodles: A Step-by-step Drawing Book

IllustratorDeborah Zemke

Paperback | September 11, 2012

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Best-selling doodle dynamo Deborah Zemke is back with a go-anywhere activity book that is sure to be a hit with young aspiring artists. Turn an A into an alligator, a K into a kangaroo, and a Z into a zebra! Using letters as a starting point, this entertaining drawing book provides step-by-step instructions for doodling over 50 pictures on tear-off pages. Kids will also read cool facts about the creatures and objects they learn to draw. Best-selling doodle dynamo Deborah Zemke is back with a go-anywhere activity book that is sure to be a hit with young aspiring artists. Turn an A into an alligator, a K into a kangaroo, and a Z into a zebra! Using letters as a starting point, this entertaining drawing book provides step-by-step instructions for doodling over 50 pictures on tear-off pages. Kids will also read cool facts about the creatures and objects they learn to draw.
Title:D Is 4 Doodles: A Step-by-step Drawing BookFormat:PaperbackDimensions:80 pages, 8.25 × 6.63 × 0.68 inPublished:September 11, 2012Publisher:BLUE APPLE BOOKSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1609052781

ISBN - 13:9781609052782

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"Uses the alphabet itself for inspiration in doodling and sketching...Inventive doodles include a lion with a 'leaning L' for a gaping mouth as well as a swoopy skateboarder whose body is based on a curvy 'S.'" --Publishers Weekly"This combination of alphabet and drawing book will delight kids and teachers alike...Parents and teachers could use this book to reinforce letters for younger children, while older kids will enjoy doodling just for fun." --School Library Journal