A coloring book that prompts kids to draw their own designs, instead of simply coloring in the lines of someone else's drawing. Each page has a prompt and part of an illustration -- a frame, or something to add onto. For instance, "What are these people looking at?" with an illustration in the corner of several people. "You have just invented a machine that will change the lives of everyone on earth." with a couple of gears and levers depicted, but most of the page left blank.
A newly repackaged edition of the first book in a series that has sold more than 600,000 copies
A favorite of parents, educators, and therapists since it was first published in 1978, more than 200,000 copies of this first volume from the "draw-from-your-imagination" books have been sold around the world. Praised as "extraordinary, revolutionary" (Newsweek), "imaginative" (The Christian Science Monitor), and "great stuff" (Detroit Free Press), this innovative series has continued to spark the creative impulses in children for years.
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