Scary Doodles

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Pan Macmillan, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
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With concealed spirals, the sturdy lie-flat doodle books in this series are perfect for endless creative drawing, writing, and coloring. No drawing skills are required, just plenty of imagination and something to draw with. Lots of doodling fun is packed into each book, designed to keep bored children busy for hours!   A Halloween parade, the Monster Picnic, and the perfect faces for jack 'o' lanterns—perfectly scary doodling ideas for little ghouls and goblins   Packed with lots of spooky doodles, from putting spiders in a web, to drawing creatures lurking in a cave, to deciding what's cooking in the witch's cauldron, this activity book lets kids imaginations run monstrously wild. They can decorate a vampire's cape, draw the suits of armor in a haunted house, imagine strange ingredients for magical potions, create a swamp monster, and adorn houses with Halloween decorations.

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About the author (2009)

Smriti Prasadam-Halls is the author of Hello, Animals! and Hello, Bugs! Anja Boretzki is the illustrator of Animal Pants.

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