Girl Plus Pen: Doodle, Draw, Color, and Express Your Individual Style
This book helps you become more creative with your artwork, especially doodling. Doodling sounds like a silly word, but all kinds of people doodle to express themselves. This book gives you lots of different creative designs that you can color and use for inspiration. For example, in a section called “Doodle Your Name,” there were ten names on the page and each one had a different style. I really liked the one for the name “Hope,” which had flowers on it. I think I could do this one day with my name and write flowers with my name. The illustrations in this book aren’t really photographs, but are more sketches and drawings. This makes sense because the point of the book is to help the reader, including me, to become creative with doodling. A quote from this book that I really liked was, “Anyone can doodle. It’s not about perfection. It’s about uniqueness.” I like this idea because when I doodle, I don’t have to follow specific directions, but just listen to my imagination! One thing about this book that I really liked was that there are some spaces to do your own doodles.
|Author||Stephanie Corfee • Stephanie Corfee, Illustrator|
|Page Count||144 pages|
|Publisher||Capstone Young Readers|
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