How Do You Doodle? Drawing My Feelings and Emotions

Illustrated by Elise Gravel
Pages: 96, Color
Size: 8 x 10
Age Range: 6-1
Item #: 441B116
ISBN: 978-1-4338-1291-0
List Price: $12.95
Copyright: 2013
Format: Softcover
Availability: In Stock
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Meet Otti, Ugga, and Flibb — They like to doodle. They doodle all the time!

They doodle when they are mad, they doodle when they are glad, and they doodle when they are sad. They doodle just about anything they want!

What about you? Do you doodle, too?

How Do You Doodle? has over 40 doodle games for you to doodle, scribble, and draw out your thoughts, emotions, and feelings. You can draw or write whatever you want in this book — cute drawings, silly drawings, even ugly drawings.

Be creative and express yourself! Your doodles will help you to understand and recognize your emotions and feelings.

About the Author

After studying graphic design in Montréal in 2000, Elise Gravel quickly discovered a passion for illustration. Inspired by working on her first children's book, Le catalogue des gaspilleurs, she has since written and illustrated a dozen books for children.

With humor and a sense of the absurd, she parodies the worlds of advertising, fashion, fast food, and consumerism, and encourages children to look critically and poke fun at the social problems that bother them.

She won her first Governor General's Literary Award from the Canada Council for the Arts in 2012 for her book La clé à molette.

Reviews & Awards
  • Gold Medal Winner, Mom's Choice Awards for Juvenile Level 1 (Ages 5–8) Self Improvement

This is the coolest journal for kids to express their feelings. I have been using it in lessons, group, and individual counseling. The kids' reaction to it has been really awesome. I'm also suggesting it to parents as a social/emotional outlet for at home.
—Roxanne Davidson, Books that Heal Kids

An excellent choice simply as a stand-alone activity book or as a tool for parents, teachers, or psychologists to use while working with individual children.
Midwest Book Review