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Doodle Texas; Create. Imagine. Draw Your Way Through the Lone Star Stateby Unknown
Duo Press LLC
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Filled with regional-specific doodles that will appeal to vacationers, travelers, or born-and-bred Texans, this book allows young artists to create, imagine, and sketch their way through the Lone Star State. The doodles have a definitive Texas style that highlight the important landmarks and cultural attractions throughout the state, from the Texas star and events at the rodeo to the strangest sights seen in Austin. But the fun doesn't end when the book is completedextra doodles are available for free online by using the information contained on the pages inside the book.
Jerome Pohlen has written for the Chicago Reader, Readerís Digest, and Time Out Chicago and is the author of Albert Einstein and Relativity for Kids, Doodle Chicago, Oddball Illinois, and more than 20 travel, science, and childrenís books. He lives in Chicago. Violet Lemay is an award-winning illustrator whose childrenís books include Doodle Chicago, Doodle New York, Doodle San Francisco, My Foodie ABC, and New York Baby. Her work has appeared in American Baby, Better Homes and Gardens, Elle, Family Circle, the New York Times, Parent and Child, and the Wall Street Journal. She lives in Savannah, Georgia.