- Doodlepedia book
This interactive visual "Doodlepedia" is a great new spin on the classic activity book! It's full of fascinating facts paired with drawings and collage pages for you to finish. Learn about the history of television, then draw what's on the television screens. A page about the tiger shark (the "garbage can of the sea," we learn) encourages you to imagine what's in its stomach! Once you've finished exploring this volume of the Doodlepedia, check out the other books in the series.
Colouring books encourage creative thinking and help foster a love of the arts! They encourage fine motor skills, patience, and an eye for details. Besides the educational benefits, activity books are the perfect companion for a lazy Sunday or a long trip. Kids of all ages will spend hours putting their own unique touches on the whimsical illustrations.
- 112 pages
- measures 11.7 x 9.9 inches
- best for age 7 and up
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