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The Don't-Get-Caught Doodle Notebook
     

The Don't-Get-Caught Doodle Notebook

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by Susan McBride
 

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Every kid (and many creative and crafty adults, too!) will want this fool-the-teacher notebook that offers oodles of doodle possibilities when boredom sets in or the brain needs a break. On the surface, it looks exactly like an innocuous composition book. But inside, it has cartoons to imitate, unfinished doodles to complete, and games to play. Plus, it's got the

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Every kid (and many creative and crafty adults, too!) will want this fool-the-teacher notebook that offers oodles of doodle possibilities when boredom sets in or the brain needs a break. On the surface, it looks exactly like an innocuous composition book. But inside, it has cartoons to imitate, unfinished doodles to complete, and games to play. Plus, it's got the scoop on what really goes on in the teacher's lounge! Compete in a caption contest, design your own logo, make temporary tattoos, and even create secret codes. Of course, since the teacher might walk by at any moment, there are very convincing class notes to turn to.

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Publishers Weekly
From doodles to scrapbooks to books for cuddling, kids can use pages to dream, write and draw. The Don't-Get-Caught Doodle Notebook by Susan McBride looks like a plain ole composition book but will deliver daydreamers from despair. McBride's own doodles and suggestions act as catalyst, with tips on how to draw a proportioned face, shade properly and with facts about other doodlers, such as Frida Kahlo, Leonardo da Vinci and John Lennon. Doodlers are encouraged to fill the pages with their own art. Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781579907020
Publisher:
Lark Books NC
Publication date:
09/01/2005
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 9.75(h) x (d)
Age Range:
10 - 12 Years

Meet the Author


Susan McBride has been drawing and doodling since she was old enough to hold a pen.  A graduate of the Pittsburgh Art Institute, she majored in Visual Communications with a focus on illustration and went on to write and illustrate several books. Susan currently works as a designer and illustrator in Asheville, NC.

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Optical-Hyphy More than 1 year ago
I like this book, except for the fact that my teachers don't care if im doodling in class, so that makes it less fun. But everything drawn in the book, does look realistic. My friends thought i drew them (yeah right, im not even a good artist) This book helped me with my shading and it gave me excellent colors to put on my self portrait painting. I messed up my face though D: anyways, we have new teachers now and some do look funny so i drew my english teacher with his funny curly hair in this book. I've drawn random kiddy stuff like rocketships and tornadoes. I enjoy books that i can really express my creative ideas in.
FizzyLady More than 1 year ago
My 7 year old son got this as a gift and loves it. There are tons of things to do - he especially loved the morse code and has been writing his friends "secret messages" in morse code. Nice alternative to giving a video game or gift card for a birthday gift.