Do You Doodle? by Nikalas Catlow
  

Synopsis

Do You Doodle? by Nikalas Catlow

Not everyone can draw, but everyone loves to doodle: Do You Doodle? will unlock a child's creativity with over 200 doodles to complete. Simple, fun and creative, this book will develop children's imagination, self-awareness and confidence.

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A summer holiday essential Sunday Express Magazine This book is fantastic. Keeps children entertained for hours, and it is suitable for a huge range of ages who will scribble all over it with varying degrees of artistic talent Yorkshire Post

About the Author

I was born in Stockport in Cheshire but spent most of my childhood residing in my own imagination, believing at an early age that I was in fact an alien sent to observe earthlings. I was about 7 before I could read properly and it is because of this that I always loved pictures in books. The pictures spoke to me much more than the text did and by looking at a picture I could often just make up my own story in my head. I’m now currently working with companies both in England and Holland on various commissions.Creating books is a passion; I can see the whole thing in my head before I start and I enjoy living inside that book for the amount of time it takes to complete it.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
256 pages
Interest Age: From 8

Author

Nikalas Catlow
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Author's Website

www.catlow.biz/

Publisher

Publication date

20th October 2005

ISBN

9781905158133


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