Synopses & Reviews
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.
Fairies, princesses, ponies, and pop-stars make this book shine for girls. With 100 of Andrew Pinders imaginative and humorous illustrations, every girl will be eager to be a daydream believer with her coloring supplies. Each page presents the opportunity to open the mind to creativity by finishing pictures with prompts such as whats in the magic forest?” draw your dream castle,” and show us how girls rock!” With no limits to their imaginations or skills, girls will be on cloud nine carrying around this book.
About the Author
Dawn DeVries Sokol
is the author of 1,000 Artist Journal Pages
, Doodle Diary
, Doodle Sketchbook
, and Art Doodle Love
. Often referred to as the “Doodle Queen,” Sokol teaches popular workshops online (dblogala.com), at creative retreats, and through her DVD workshop Art Journaling: Pages in Stages
. She lives in Tempe, Arizona.