Construction Doodles

Author: Adrian Barclay
Publisher: Running Press Kids
ISBN: 9780762456291
Format: PDF, Docs
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Help a digger dig deep, a tractor to pull its load, and a bridge to bridge the gap. No building skills required! Perforated pages are easy to pull out for display or on-the-go entertainment.

Careers in Painting and Wall Covering

Author: Laura La Bella
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 1499462204
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Another great book in our technical series shows readers what the real-life job of a painter and wall-coverer entails. From the very basics about painting, including tools and calculating materials and costs, to more advanced information such as doing decorative techniques, those interested in a job in this field can find any level of information they require. The book explains how to acquire the skills needed to do this job, how to find a job, and what to expect in the job market for this field.

Yankee Doodle

Author: Felice Van Eron
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1684096030
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Yankee Doodle—Southern Belle contains Felice’s personal story of her journey from New York to North Carolina. She and her husband make the move with their three young daughters determined to start a new life for their family in the South. They begin their move with no current means of income yet confidently set out for North Carolina. This story is about realizing the many differences of living in a southern town and adapting to the cultural changes. She takes you on their journey of raising their three daughters and building a business. With the rough times of the economy, they strive hard to survive and support themselves. Yet when Felice receives a diagnosis of breast cancer, her family feels devastated, scared, and worried about their future. Felice’s faith in God gives her strength and keeps her family positive during the uncertain times ahead. This is Felice’s story and how she encounters the struggle that many women face with cancer.

Underwater Doodles

Author: Clive Goodyer
Publisher: Running Press Kids
ISBN: 9780762456598
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Swim with the dolphins, discover sunken treasure, and dive into deep waters! Bubbling with fun facts, explore the aquatic world—no swimming skills required! Perforated pages are easy to pull out for display or on-the-go entertainment.

What Will You Create Drawing with the 3Doodler

Author: WobbleWorks, Inc.
Publisher: 3Doodler
ISBN:
Format: PDF, ePub
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Want to create with your 3Doodler® but not sure where to start? This book will guide you through the basics of how to use your 3Doodler 3D printing pen and take you on a journey all the way from beginner to master Doodler. Kick things off with our special 3Doodler Bootcamp to take your skills to the next level and prepare you for the 26 exciting step-by-step projects that follow. Shared by our own 3Doodler Community artists, the projects range from simple to challenging, making learning fun and easy. We’ve even included a special multi-project Holiday section to help you put your own creative spin on decorating for those special celebrations. Packed with inspiration, this book will leave you designing your own impressive creations. The only question left to ask yourself is: What Will You Create? Featuring 26 unique projects and 14 stencils for you to follow, from the easy to the masterful, including: • 3Doodler Bootcamp • Wearable items • Portraits & characters • Animals & dinosaurs • A jam-packed Holiday section and inspiration for so much more!

Doodle Quilting

Author: Cheryl Malkowski
Publisher: C&T Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1607056372
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Cheryl Malkowsi makes it easy to free-motion quilt by mastering your doodling skills! In her beginner’s guide to continuous-line quilting designs, learn how to select the right shapes to get where you need to go; sometimes the hardest part is figuring out where to quilt next. Squiggles, swirls, flowers, feathers…learn which are best for confined spaces and which work better traveling across your quilt. Gain confidence in your ability to draw basic shapes, then learn how to put them together into over a hundred all-over quilting designs. Includes drawing exercises and tips for transferring designs from paper to fabric.

Musical Imaginations

Author: David Hargreaves
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191626635
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Musical imagination and creativity are amongst the most abstract and complex aspects of musical behaviour, though, until recently, they have been difficult to subject to empirical enquiry. However, music psychology and some allied disciplines have now developed, both theoretically and methodologically, to the point where some of these topics are now firmly within our grasp. The study of creativity and imagination is growing rapidly in disciplines including psychology, sociology, neuroscience, and education. The inter- and multidisciplinary study of music, and developments in music psychology in particular, mean that studies of musical imagination and creativity in action are now distinctly possible 'Musical Imaginations' is a wide ranging, multidisciplinary review of the latest theory and research on musical creativity, performance and perception by some of the most eminent scholars in their respective disciplines. The topics addressed in this book include the investigation of creativity and imagination in music and emotion, composition and improvisation, performance and performance traditions, listening strategies, different musical genres and cultural belief systems, social collaboration, identity formation, and the development of psychologically-based strategies and interventions for the enhancement of performing musicians. With creativity now a topic of significant interest, this book will be valuable to all those in the fields of psychology, sociology, neuroscience, education, as well as to musicians themselves - dealing with practical as well as theoretical issues in music therapy, performance and education. The study of creativity and imagination is growing rapidly in disciplines including psychology, sociology, neuroscience, and education. The inter- and multidisciplinary study of music, and developments in music psychology in particular, mean that studies of musical imagination and creativity in action are now distinctly possible. This book undertakes a multidisciplinary review of these developments. It contains a wide range of contributions by some of the most eminent scholars in their respective disciplines, representing a comprehensive account of the state of the art of theory and research on musical creativity, performance and perception.

Doodle Dolls

Author: Jessie Eckel
Publisher: Running Press Kids
ISBN: 9780762452934
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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With a shiny foiled cover and 160 spectacular interior pages that feature engaging, full-color artwork, each page in Doodle Dolls opens to beautiful outfits ready for you to add your creative flair. Simple prompts like “Add pretty patterns for a unique look” and “Decorate a bag for every occasion” are sure to provide hours of designing fun. Cut out and style the paper dolls included, and save the accessories in the “wardrobe case” for the next time you play! So get ready, get set, and doodle! As always, no drawing skills are required—just your imagination.

Adventures in Cartooning

Author: James Sturm
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9781596433694
Format: PDF, ePub
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Once upon a time...a princess tried to make a comic. And with the help of a magical cartooning elf, she learned how--well enough to draw her way out of an encounter with a dangerous dragon, near-death by drowning, and into her very own adventure!--From publisher description.