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Super Hero Food Doodles: Oodles of Step-By-Step Super Doodles
Superhero fruits and vegetables are the stars in Deborah Zemke's latest doodle fest. With oodles of step-by-step super doodles, kids of all ages can turn mild-mannered fruits and vegetables into super-charged super foods. One small tomato transforms into "The Tomatonator," big, bold, and delicious; an onion becomes an "Allium Alien"; an ear of corn becomes "Colonel Kernels."
An appetizing addition to Zemke's wildly successful Doodles series, this instructive and playful book adds an entertaining element of action and informational messages about making nutritious choices.
Doodles to Go
Just in time for summer vacation, this book of doodles will keep young travelers busy. Whether they're waiting at the airport, stuck in the backseat of the family car, or just taking some downtime on a camping trip, young artists will find endless hours of creative fun in this how-to book. A sturdy grayboard cover acts as a solid work space for drawing on the go, perforated pages provide ample paper for sketching, and the enclosed pen completes the package. This activity book is sure to become a favorite on your next trip, and will remain a popular companion on trips to come.
Let's Draw and Doodle Together
Inside this clever and innovative activity book, each spread becomes a shared creative adventure. Draw airplanes or cars, birds or shapes, even each other! Great for long car or plane rides, rainy afternoons, or sharing with grandparents. An expandable inner pocket is included for treasured drawings. A perfect keepsake!
Brand: Random House
Material: Paperback/Spiral Bound
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