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Doodle Cook Paperback – August 20, 2011
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
"In true Tullet form, Doodle Cook requires inter-activity and imagination...Tullet turns food into an art form."- The Horn Book Review
"A tasty twist on a coloring book."- Scholastic Parent & Child
"...an engaging activity book that smartly parallels the creativity involved in making both food and art."- Publishers Weekly
"Young gourmands will love Doodle Cook!"- Epicurious.com
"Whether you seek to uncover the true artiste in your budding Joan Miro or your burgeoning Jean-Louis Palladin, look no further than Herve Tullet's Doodle Cook."- DC Modern Luxury
Designed to get creative juices flowing?[Tullet's] exuberance is contagious."- Bookpage
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-First, Draw a beautiful yellow scribble in the middle of the plate.
-Inside each triangle, add some patterns and shading.
-Finally, scatter around 20 blobs.
-Color in all the shapes as quickly as possible.
-Then add large loops to the plate.
-Now draw and even BIGGER sun, with even more rays.
The pages are full of doodles and scribbles and lots of inspiration. It is a great way for kids to create art, and even if everyone follows the same instructions, each piece is unique! Fun for ages 6 to adult.
and from what I saw, I love it as well. I will be buying it again in the future for my kids to enjoy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Another delightful and amazingly creative book from Herve' Tullet. I am in awe of this talented author and recommend this and all of his other childrens' books.Published 13 months ago by Joanne Piccolo
Nice alternative to princess coloring book. Make a great gift with a pack of colored pencils or markers, maybe an apron too!Published 22 months ago by New Mom
I have not used the book yet. I am looking forward to using it with prek - 1 graders and have ideas brewing on how to expand the lesson.Published on December 17, 2012 by love books