Synopses & Reviews
A humorous, enchanting book that draws out childrenand#8217;s inner artists
Feed scribbles to a hungry monster. Scribble water to put out a fire. Scribble flames bursting from a volcano. Scribble spaghetti for lunch! The Scribble Book does away with the traditional rules of preschool coloring books, encouraging children to unlock their creativity and experiment for themselves by just picking up a crayon and scribbling. Gradually, as the book unfolds, the scribbles evolve into puzzles to be solved and finally into genuine drawings.
Full of wit and humor, irreverent and enchanting, The Scribble Book is destined to become the latest success from the colorful mind of Hervand#233; Tullet.
Get ready to color! There are literally hundreds of objects to color, decorate, trace, and count in the jumbo-sized 100 Coloring Book. Each spread offers 100 outline drawings of beasts and birds or buildings old and new, varieties of vehicles or yummy things to eat, distinctly diverse insects or all kinds of plantsandmdash;every single object is different, and all they need is some creative flair to bring them to life. Dominika Lipniewskaandrsquo;s bold and graphic style invites children to look closely at the details that make every person, animal, plant, and object visually unique, and encourages them to use their own creativity to make the images even more individual.
About the Author
Hervand#233; Tullet is one of the best-known childrenand#8217;s authors and illustrators working today. He pursued a successful career in advertising before switching to creating childrenand#8217;s books fifteen years ago, and his illustrations regularly appear in publications including Le Figaro
and The New Yorker