Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Children's Book Review: Doodles Alphabet Coloring Fun by Setria James


Doodles Alphabet Coloring Fun is geared towards ages 2-6. While the purpose of the book is to make learning the Alphabet exciting, children will also be introduced to new words. Each page is filed with doodles to aid the child with word to letter associations.
My Review:

I just love...love...love... this book.  What a great book to pack for long car rides, airplane rides, for restaurant entertainment, as well as for a rainy day.  Doodles makes learning the alphabet fun, all while introducing your young child to words that begin with each letter of the alphabet.  Each letter of the alphabet has 2 pictures that begin with that letter, which can then be colored in.  This is a great 3-in-1 book.  Your child will learn the alphabet, practice and learn new words and then have fun coloring in each picture.  For only $8.99, you can pick up this book and know that your child will have hours of fun, all while learning.  This makes a great stocking stuffer, birthday gift, or just because gift.  


Your children aren't the only ones who will have fun coloring.  Check out the Doodles Facebook page for adult coloring pages.  Right now you can print off and color Prince William and Catherine doodle pages.  So, who says children have all the fun.  Print off a few pages and sit down next to your child for an afternoon of coloring.  It makes for a great bonding experience.

About the Author:

Setria James was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. She is a graduate of Texas Woman's University, where she earned a Bachelors in Fine Arts and a Masters of Art. Since graduation, she has worked as an in-house graphic designer, at a Fortune 500 company, while also exploring her creative voice through drawing, writing, and painting. Setria is extremely active in her community; as a board member of a grass roots DFW non-profit organization, she spends much of her time giving back to less fortunate families. Her life's goal is to positively affect change in her community through cultivating her own artistic expression as well as assisting others in finding their creative voice.

Check Doodles out on Facebook for fun and games!

Disclosure:  I was sent a copy of this book in order to write up an honest review.  The views above are mine and mine alone.

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