Dino Doodles by Thomas Flintham
  

Synopsis

Dino Doodles by Thomas Flintham

An original fill-me-in activity book: can you save the citizens of Doodlesville from a dinosaur invasion? Playful drawings and simple prompts invite creators of all ages to colour, draw and imagine.

Reviews

Part graphic novel, part doodle/sticker book, this is an unusual, fascinating and engrossing book which will really fire children's imagination. It is a fill-me-in activity book which allows the reader to take control of the story: can you save the citizens of Doodlesville from a dinosaur invasion? Playful drawings and simple prompts invite creators of all ages to colour, draw and imagine - and there are stickers to embellish the story as well. The spiral bound format makes the book easy to use and the text is full of inspiration, with plenty of prompts and suggestions. If you have a child who finds creative writing challenging (and especially if they like dinoaurs!) then I highly recommend this book - it will really stimulate them. -- Sarah Brew Parents in TOuch

About the Author

Thomas Flintham has an MA from Camberwell College of Art. His fresh, funky, cartoony illustrations have featured in many titles for Templar including the Super Science series (Feel the Force, Matter Matters) and Marvellous Maths.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
80 pages

Author

Thomas Flintham
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Publisher

Publication date

1st October 2015

ISBN

9781783702572


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