Scribbles: A Really Giant Drawing and Coloring Book




      Scribbles: A Really Giant Drawing and Coloring Book
This is no ordinary coloring book With playful drawings, funny scenarios and fun to follow instructions, this book is not just for coloring, but for doodling, drawing, imagining and thinking Best Read [ Scribbles: A Really Giant Drawing and Coloring Book ] Author [ Taro Gomi ] – heartforum.co.uk

Taro Gomi is a major children s illustrator and writer He hasthan 400 book titles to his credit His work has been widely translated into 15 other languages.Tar was born in Tokyo and he graduated from ID department, Kuwazawa Design Institute His readers range from babies to adults, with an equal number of fans overseas His work has been appreciated considerably with both domestic and international honours such as the Sankei Jido Shuppan Bunka Award, Bologna Children s Book Fair Award among others Along with authoring children s books, he is well known in the fields of Stationery design, clothing design, production of young children s animated videos, CD ROMs, essays etc His popular books published in English include Everyone Poops, Santa Through the Window, Where s the Fish , My Friends and The Crocodile and the Dentist.

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  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • Scribbles: A Really Giant Drawing and Coloring Book
  • Taro Gomi
  • English
  • 14 January 2018
  • 0811855090

10 thoughts on “ Scribbles: A Really Giant Drawing and Coloring Book

  1. Satia says:

    I bought this book on a whim for my niece I liked the blankness of the pages A line across two pages invite the child to draw in some clothes hanging on a clothes line and another page has a pair of eyes suggesting he or she draw a monster This book is from Japan so there is at least one mis spelled word that I found but it s a small price to pay for the imaginative fun the child will have Far better than a coloring book where all one does is fill in the blocks of space, typically inspired b I bought this book on a whim for my niece I liked the blankness of the pages A line across two pages invite the child to draw in some clothes hanging on a clothes line and another page has a pair of eyes suggesting he or she draw a monster This book is from Japan so there is at least one mis spelled word that I found but it s a small price to pay for the imaginative fun the child will have Far better than a coloring book where all one does is fill in the blocks of space, typically inspired by cartoons where color choices are already clearly defined How muchfun is a coloring book with a crudely drawn crocodile and snake that sa...

  2. Philitsa says:

    This from the author of Everyone Poops , so you can expect some unexpected humor This isthan a coloring book it s hours and hours of fun for kids and adults The majority of the book gives suggestions on what to draw kinda like filling in the rest of the scene One example is, Draw people sitting On the page, there are three images already drawn a chair, a throne, and a toilet Your job is to drawn people sitting on those seats.Another example is Draw a dead person Yeah.You may This from the author of Everyone Poops , so you can expect some unexpected humor This isthan a coloring book it s hours and hours of fun for kids and adults The...

  3. Michele says:

    Great for sparking the imagination with simple suggestions My favorite is a run of four pages that just have one line drawn on each one the first says Draw a dragonfly balancing on the pole , the second Draw a sparrow balancing on the pole , then Draw a tiger balancing on the pole a...

  4. Paula says:

    one of my favourite birthday books this year

  5. Meghan says:

    Yes, this is for kids to color in, but who cares The thick lines with white inbetween are amazing The drawings are simple, friendly, and beg to be colored in with a thick pile of paint.

  6. Alissa says:

    I m not kidding, I love these books

  7. Miriam says:

    So much fun

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