Draw it! London by Sally Kindberg


Draw it! London by Sally Kindberg

Add boats to the map of the Thames, put fish in the pelican's mouth, draw the Jurassic fossils you spot in Green Park underground station and much more! Experience weird and wonderful London with this amazing doodle book, bursting with strange facts, fun things to colour in, maps, and plenty of space to draw! The fantastic 'Draw it!' series from Sally Kindberg has weird and wonderful doodles for every occasion. Perfect for every journey, rainy afternoon or holiday, each book is packed full of fun and wacky things to draw and colour, guaranteed to get every kid from age 6-106 drawing away! Each includes over 100 stickers.

About the Author

Sally Kinberg is a celebrated cartoonist. The Comic Strip History of the World, which is published in October 2008, is her first book for Bloomsbury.

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160 pages
Interest Age: From 6


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Publication date

22nd May 2014



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