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Draw Your Own Lettering and Decorative Zendoodles
This title covers these subjects: Handicraft., Decoration and ornament., Lettering -- Technique.
Draw Your Own Lettering and Decorative Zendoodles
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Draw Your Own Lettering and Decorative Zendoodles

Create adorable ABCs with zendoodling! Following easy step-by-step instructions, learn how to take simple lines and shapes and transform them into intricate lovely letters, bold borders, calming quotes, and more. With extra tips, tricks, and craft ideas, young artists of every ability will have fun drawing these tangled creations. Grab a pencil, relax, and draw your own lettering zendoodles!

GenreProcedural Text
Reading LevelGrades 4-5
Interest LevelGrades 4-8
Lexile LevelIG 750L
Text TypeProcedural Text
PublisherCapstone Press
Page Dimensions8" x 10"
Page Count48
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $31.99 School/Library Price

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School Library Journal - Paula Willey, Baltimore County Public Library, Towson

"Not everyone is an artist, but anyone can doodle. This series uses doodling to teach art concepts such as positive versus negative space, symmetry, and foreground versus background. About a dozen projects per book urge kids to try new patterns, tools, and materials in order to make and decorate objects that reflect their own individual aesthetic. . . .A fine choice where interest exists." - School Library Journal

April 1, 2017

Abby Huff

Abby Huff

Abby Huff edits a variety of books for young readers. Although she now spends most of her time dealing with words, she’s always loved drawing. It’s almost impossible for her to pick up a piece of paper without doodling all over it. Abby lives in Minnesota, where she keeps warm by wrapping up in fuzzy blankets and drinking lots of hot chocolate.

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