Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - Daydream Doodles

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Book Review - Daydream Doodles

Daydream Doodles

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About the Book
Hidden artistic talent will take flight with these sophisticated new doodle books. Each includes more than 100 drawings for kids to complete. From a deep sea adventure to an assembly line in a shoe factory, these exciting and unusual scenes will spark laughter and imagination. Kids can choose to finish the illustration by copying the artwork's style or they can develop their own unique drawings. Splashes of color throughout and a special section of die-cut pages that let doodles appear in different scenes add to the inspiration and fun. In Daydream Doodles, delightful dream-inspired doodles take us over the rainbow and beyond. (Ages 6 and up)

My Take on the Book
This book has over 100 drawings that are incomplete. Some of the drawings take up two pages in the book and some a single page. 

A few examples of the activities are: draw patterns on the butterfly wings, fill in the blank photographs with a trip you would like to take, use the doodles and speech bubbles to create a comic strip, and finish an under the sea scene.

Your child is encouraged in this book to use their creativity and imagination. I like the focus on the child's choice. There is not much direction for your child. I encourage you to take a look at this book for your artistic child.

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