Visual Aid Doodling Book for Creative Kids by Draught Associates


Visual Aid Doodling Book for Creative Kids by Draught Associates

Following the unique illustrative style of Visual Aid: Stuff You've Forgotten, Things You Never Thought You Knew, and Lessons You Didn't Quite Get Around to Learning, Visual Aid Doodling Book for Creative Kids encourages children to draw and complete the pictures themselves whilst inviting children to get involved in the images they create and help them learn whilst they doodle. Featuring pages from the bestselling Visual Aid and Visual Aid 2 as well as newly created pages, Visual Aid Doodling Book for Creative Kids covers the topics of science, animals, popular culture and history. Visual Aid Doodling Book for Creative Kids lets children colour in their own flags of the world, draw the fastest animals, doodle over haircuts, and work out what makes a volcano erupt. Allowing children a unique opportunity to create their own imagery, colour their own characters and teach themselves the ways of the universe, the small format and low pricepoint makes this a perfect doodling book for children of all ages.

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Draught Associates are an independent design agency.

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96 pages


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Publication date

22nd May 2012



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