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Do You Doodle?

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Publisher Comments:

Stick figures to the dark side only lead! To doodle like a Jedi you must learn! With this companion to the blockbuster bestselling Origami Yoda series, beloved author Tom Anglebergerand#151;with the help of the kids from McQuarrie Middle Schooland#151;presents young Padawans with dozens of activities from the Star Wars universe. Padawans can learn how to fold R2-D2 and C-3PO, draw Jabba, and even build a fully functioning ChapStick rocket! Other Force-mastering activities include: and#147;Kellenand#8217;s Guide to Cool Letters,and#8221; and#147;Mikeand#8217;s Complete Rules and Tips for Pencil Pod-Racing,and#8221; and#147;Rhondellaand#8217;s Tips for Photographing Origami,and#8221; and much more!

With Tom Anglebergerand#8217;s goofy sense of humor and accessible art style, Art2-D2and#8217;s Guide to Folding and Doodling is sure to satisfy and inspire the millions of Origami Yoda and Star Wars fans. May the doodles be with you!

Includes 16-page color insert with 10 pages of colored pull-out origami paper; instructions to make Yoda, Darth, C-3PO, Admiral Ackbar, and R2-D2; a section on photographing your origami creations, and two Star Wars backdrops to photograph them against.

Praise for Art2-D2's Guide to Folding and Doodling

"Once again, Anglebergerand#8217;s humor, which presents itself in the text through characters from the series, in both human and origami form, connects with middle-grade readers. 'Art2' and the other 'Origami Yoda' books are the ultimate example of the by-a-fan/for-the-fans format, which succeeds if executed properly. This did he.and#8221;

and#151;Florida Times-Union

"Excellent activity-book offshoot of Anglebergerand#8217;s bestselling Origami Yoda seriesand#133; The banter and tongue-and-cheek humor of the previous books is present, along with encouragement."

and#151;Publishers Weekly

"The presentationand#8217;s offbeat attitude, ingenuity, and wit, many libraries will want to stock this high interest book..."

and#151;Booklist

"Fans (and nonfans, if there are any) of the and#147;Origami Yodaand#8221; series (Abrams) and website will find new opportunities aplenty for foolery in this spinoff compendium of progressively challenging hands-on instructions for drawing, folding, and goofing around with (mostly) Star Wars characters."

and#151;School Library Journal

and#160;

Synopsis:

A book that simply invites kids to enter and play

Synopsis:

Whether its The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants or the sisters from Little Women, there is no denying that young girls develop a strong bond as they grow up together. The Doodle Circle is an interactive fill-in journal that is passed around yearbook-style, allowing BFFs to document the tight bond they share by contributing to each others books.

Perfect for slumber parties or after-school hangouts, the colorful prompts encourage girls to work both together and independently to ponder, doodle, and collage. When the book is complete, each girl will have a special memento of friendship as well as words of love and encouragement that will remind her how amazing she is as she goes through this fun-filled (yet decidedly insecure) time of life.

Synopsis:

With all the pressure for kids to achieve at whatever they try, here is the perfect antidote-a book that simply invites them to enter and play. Nikalas Catlow has made a start on each of the generous-sized pages-a few beginning strokes of pictures and prompts like a boy looking into a bowl and asking whats in there. Doodlers go off from there on a liberating flight of mindless fancy. There are over 200 pages to complete and create. A book that will be as irresistible to overtaxed adults as it is to kids eager to enjoy its spirit of adventure, imagination, and creativity.

About the Author

Nikalas Catlow has been doodling and drawing since childhood, and received his MA in Childrens Book Illustration. He lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. For more information on Nikalas and his work visit www.catlow.biz.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780762429271
Author:
Catlow, Nikalas
Publisher:
Running Press Kids
Author:
Angleberger, Tom
Author:
DeVries Sokol, Dawn
Author:
Sokol, Dawn DeVries
Subject:
General
Subject:
Art - Drawing
Subject:
General Juvenile Nonfiction
Subject:
Children s Art-Drawing
Subject:
Drawing
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Origami Yoda
Publication Date:
20070631
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Black-and-white illustrations throughout
Pages:
160
Dimensions:
9 x 7 in 23.6 oz
Age Level:
08-12

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"Synopsis" by ,
A book that simply invites kids to enter and play
"Synopsis" by ,
Whether its The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants or the sisters from Little Women, there is no denying that young girls develop a strong bond as they grow up together. The Doodle Circle is an interactive fill-in journal that is passed around yearbook-style, allowing BFFs to document the tight bond they share by contributing to each others books.

Perfect for slumber parties or after-school hangouts, the colorful prompts encourage girls to work both together and independently to ponder, doodle, and collage. When the book is complete, each girl will have a special memento of friendship as well as words of love and encouragement that will remind her how amazing she is as she goes through this fun-filled (yet decidedly insecure) time of life.

"Synopsis" by ,
With all the pressure for kids to achieve at whatever they try, here is the perfect antidote-a book that simply invites them to enter and play. Nikalas Catlow has made a start on each of the generous-sized pages-a few beginning strokes of pictures and prompts like a boy looking into a bowl and asking whats in there. Doodlers go off from there on a liberating flight of mindless fancy. There are over 200 pages to complete and create. A book that will be as irresistible to overtaxed adults as it is to kids eager to enjoy its spirit of adventure, imagination, and creativity.
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