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Draw it! Christmas

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Where does Santa go for his summer holiday? What do reindeer dream of? And how do pirates celebrate Christmas? Draw these and 97 other wacky festive doodles in Sally Kindberg's brilliant doodle book. The fantastic'Draw it!'series from Sally Kindberg has weird and wonderful doodles for every occasion. Perfect for every journey, rainy afternoon or holiday, each book is packed full of fun and wacky things to draw and colour, guaranteed to get every kid from age 6-106 drawing away! With over 200 fun and festive stickers.

Издательство: "Bloomsbury" (2016)

ISBN: 978-1-4088-6340-4

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