Filled with prompts and illustrations to help inspire their inner Dr. Frankenstein, Monster Doodles for Kids lures boys and girls into this pocket-sized laboratory where they can create fiendish, snaggle-toothed monsters and eye-popping villains to their heart's desire.
Chris Sabatino is a monster lover who doodles all day long. Chris's crazy creatures have been featured in books, magazines, comics, and greeting cards. He is the author of Pocketdoodles for Boys and lives in Canton, Massachusetts.
Tap into your power as a superdoodler, drawing superheroes, heroines, heroes, villains, sidekicks, zappers and more! You'll save the day from giant meteors, crazy creatures, evil powers, and whatever else you can imagine. Plus, create your own cartoons to show off your brand new characters and catch phrases.
Chris Sabatino is an illustrator and cartoonist, author of Pocketdoodles for Boys and Monster Doodles for Kids. He lives in Canton, Massachusetts.
Jam-packed with cool ideas and kooky illustrations, Pocketdoodles for Boys invites readers to design a roller coaster, turn a beauty queen into a flesh-eating zombie, create their very own masterpieces, and so much more! Filled with furballs, oddballs, and everything in between, this book will have every boy drawing with delight.
Inside are interactive picture and word prompts that will encourage youngsters (and adults) to write, doodle, draw and color on the pages. For example, you'll find storyline doodle pages on which you are given picture elements and instructions on how to complete the drawings.
The book's small size (4x6 inches) makes it perfect for stowing in a pocket or backpack, so kids can enjoy the activities and doodling prompts wherever they go. With 272 pages, there's always a new idea for drawing and dreaming!Doodling Prompts Include: Sleepwalker: Draw the weird place this sleepwalker ended up! Draw-A-Bus: Draw the school bus driver. Superhero: Draw yourself as a superhero with really cool powers! Water: Draw scary fish in this fish tank! Puke Park: Draw all the people getting sick on this roller coaster! Cave kid: Draw yourself as a prehistoric caveman.
Chris Sabatino created the illustrations for The Big Book of Boy Stuff and The Pocket Guide to Boy Stuff. He lives in Massachusetts.
Ever been to Buttzville, New Jersey? Wanted to hightail it out of Gross, Kansas? Wondered what the center of the earth or some alien BFFs might look like? Here's a chance for kids' imaginations to run wild while keeping busy on that long road trip.
"Doodle Queen" Anita Wood is the author of Pocketdoodles for Girls, Pocketdoodles for Princesses, and B.F.F. Journal. Growing up an Air Force brat, she's lived in lots of interesting places, such as Madrid, Spain, and has traveled widely, especially throughout the western United States. She currently makes her home in northern Utah.
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