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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

My Monster Bubblewriter Book by Linda Scott: BOOK REVIEW & GIVEAWAY

Publisher provided review copy at no charge to facilitate my review.
Who hasn't been bored in class and doodled in their notebook instead of taking notes? I remember those days in junior high, creating pictures or cool letters in my notebook instead of taking notes. I even remember making bubble letters. Not only does doodling  foster creativity, it fosters literacy as well. 

My Monster Bubble Writer Book provides the reader with endless hours of creative fun. The illustrations are easy to trace or draw. Even better, a lot of different bubble alphabets with ideas on how to use them, develop reading and writing skills in a non-threatening atmosphere.  Activities, like fitting bubble letters inside shapes such as palm trees and underpants, are sure to stimulate young minds. Just in time for Halloween, monsters of all shapes and sizes come out of the woodwork for a spooktacular good time. No need to hire a babysitter with such a myriad of creations from invitations to cards and letters. Great for all ages.



My children had a blast creating some zany monsters from the book.



Check out the video HERE find out more.


Rating:  Recommended****


Publishing Information

Publisher: Laurence King Publishing (August 2013)
Pages: 144
ISBN: 9781780671024


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Giveaway Details:
One of my lucky readers will win a copy of My Monster Bubble Writer Book by Linda Scott. Use the Rafflecopter form to enter. By entering, you acknowledge you have read the terms on the form and agree to them. Contest ends 10/20/2013 at 11:59 EST.

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28 comments:

Maria K said...

I would like to read "The Super Book for Superheroes". Looks like my boys would have fun drawing the heroes.

Dorothy Teel said...

I would love to share this book from Laurence King site - Let's Make Some Great Fingerprint Art - By Marion Deuchars, I think my grandchildren will love it.

Lisa Graham said...

I would love to read Architecture: An Introduction. I love the new buildings and creative designs would like to know a bit more about them.

brandy davis said...

I would like to read the furniture design book.

Becky said...

I think both of my kids would love the Create Your Own Monster book! I would love the My Wonderful World of Shoes book also for my daughter and I :)

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Dorrie Turner said...

Let's Make Some Great Fingerprint Art would be a cool book to look at and design fun art with the kids.
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golden storm said...

I would like to read the CAD Fundamentals for Architecture

Jessica Wyatt said...

Children's Picturebooks: The Art of Visual Storytelling. It has great reviews too!

Emi Pearce said...

The Tattoo Colouring Book looks awesome.

CyndySuWho said...

Let's Make Some Great Fingerprint Art......fun!!!!

Beau said...

i would like to read Fashion A to Z: An Illustrated Dictionary (mini edition)

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Wendy said...

The Super Book for Super Heroes looks like a lot of fun! I would love to check that out!

Christy Colln said...

The Super Book for Superheroes my son would love this & it would hopefully get him more into art

Megan Parsons said...

Photography, 2nd edition

Chic & Fabulous Couponaholic said...

Love the Fingerpaint book, how fun!

Lara N. said...

The Super book for Superheroes would be something my girls would LOVE to read!

blew415 said...

100 Years of Fashion Illustration

Tammy said...

The Fingerpaint book looks like fun!!

missy schutz said...

DIY Couture: Create Your Own Fashion Collection

Pam OLeary said...

I would like to have the Tattoo coloring book.

Krystal said...

My girls would love to have My World of Fashion book for drawing.

Diana said...

The Superbook for Super Heroes looks fun!
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Claire Rheinheimer said...

My husband and son would both enjoy The Super Book for Superheroes.

Crystal Rose said...

I'd love to read 100 Ideas that Changed Art.

Kristie said...

I would like to read "Secret Garden" by Johanna Basford. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you!

Tara Carlson said...

I would like to read Children's Picturebooks: The Art of Visual Storytelling.

Allison Bahr said...

Let's make some great fingerprint art! This sounds very interesting too. Thank for the chance to win something great!
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Christian Alejandro said...

I would like to read Animation
By Andrew Selby. lexbaylor27 at gmail dot com

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