Scribbles And Ink Doodles For Two: Doodle And Draw With Scribbles And Ink by Ethan LongScribbles And Ink Doodles For Two: Doodle And Draw With Scribbles And Ink by Ethan Long

Scribbles And Ink Doodles For Two: Doodle And Draw With Scribbles And Ink

IllustratorEthan Long

Spiral Bound | October 9, 2012

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A mother and son alligator show kids how to make a drawing with two people involved. A silly sentence/description of the drawing subject accompanies a space where the partners can draw it. Some pages have spaces for two drawings, others will feature a single drawing on a large spread. A mother and son alligator show kids how to make a drawing with two people involved. A silly sentence/description of the drawing subject accompanies a space where the partners can draw it. Some pages have spaces for two drawings, others will feature a single drawing on a large spread.
Ethan Long grew up in Pennsylvania and attended the Ringling School of Art and Design. He later created an animated television series called "Tasty Time With ZeFronk!", a short-form animated preschool series currently airing on Playhouse Disney. His illustration work has earned many awards and has been included in the prestigious Socie...
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Title:Scribbles And Ink Doodles For Two: Doodle And Draw With Scribbles And InkFormat:Spiral BoundDimensions:108 pages, 11 × 9 × 0.5 inPublished:October 9, 2012Publisher:BLUE APPLE BOOKSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1609052196

ISBN - 13:9781609052195

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Praise for The Book That Zach Wrote:"I should mention that I also got a sneaky peek look at a little of the Spring 2011 list and found something entirely unexpected. There is a book on there that I want. A cumulative book. A cumulative book that's by Ethan Long. I like Long just fine, but I've been waiting for years for the perfect Long book to come out so that I could review it. I believe that my prayers have been answered with the appearance of The Book That Zack Wrote. I've never seen a cumulative tale that actually made me laugh before. Somehow or other, Long has managed it. But you'll just have to wait to see what I mean..." --Elizabeth Bird, A Fuse #8 blog on the School Library Journal website