The Doodle Book Draw, Colour, Create by Taro Gomi
  

Synopsis

The Doodle Book Draw, Colour, Create by Taro Gomi

Children everywhere will adore this beautiful, chunky colouring and activity book, a follow-up volume to the bestselling The Doodle Book, published in 2003. Packed with over 360 pages of activities, including colouring, cutting and pasting, it is guaranteed to entrance and engage blossoming artists and daydreamers everywhere.

About the Author

Taro Gomi is one of the most popular authors in Japan, where he has over three hundred books in print. Gomi's books appeal to both adults and children - since most of them consist mainly of pictures, they can be enjoyed by anyone.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
368 pages

Author

Taro Gomi
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Publisher

Thames & Hudson Ltd

Publication date

24th October 2005

ISBN

9780500285671


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