Item description for The Etch a Sketch Book [With Pocket Etch a Sketch and 12 Stick-On See-Through Game Screens] by Klutz Press...
Overview No batteries required---just plenty of imagination! Kids will love this bonanza of activities. Includes one pocket etch-a-sketch, solo challenges, 2-person games, timed races, and over 100 drawing suggestions---plus 12 vinyl overlays that transform the screen into a game board, maze, or sporting event. Hours of fun for them, peace and quiet for you! 40 pages, spiralbound softcover from Klutz Press.
Publishers Description The classic drawing toy and a whole bookful of new ideas for playing with it. Comes with twelve vinyl pages that cling to the Etch A Sketch screen, creating gameboards, mazes, drawing inspirations and team challenges.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.82" Width: 4.16" Height: 1.57" Weight: 0.58 lbs.
Binding Spiral Bound
Release Date Aug 1, 1996
Publisher Klutz Press
ISBN 1570540500 ISBN13 9781570540509
Availability 0 units.
More About Klutz Press
Klutz is a publishing company started in Palo Alto, California in 1977 and acquired by Scholastic Inc. in 2002.
The first Klutz book was a how-to guide titled Juggling for the Complete Klutz, which came provided with juggling beanbags attached in a mesh bag. The book was created by three friends who graduated from Stanford University: Darrell Lorentzen, John Cassidy, and B.C. Rimbeaux. Since then the company has continued to specialize in activity-driven books sold along with other items needed for the activity. Not all the books are about developing a skill; there has also been a geography book containing, among other physical attachments, packets of rice corresponding to the average daily caloric intake among the poorest people of the world. Many of their books are spiral bound and teach various crafts. The items needed are usually included with the book, e.g. the juggling guide. The Klutz credo is: Create wonderful things, be good, have fun.
Reviews - What do customers think about Etch A Sketch Book?
A great little product Mar 10, 2006
My 5-year-old loves this mini Etch-a-Sketch and especially all the game screens that come with the book. My older child likes it too -- though I got it for the younger one when I got a full-size Etch-A-Sketch for my older child. The only things we didn't like about it were that the Etch-A-Sketch is stuck down to a piece of cardboard with the book (I removed it to make it a little more portable) and the zipper pouch that the games came in was too difficult for my 5-year-old to open and close.
this is great! Nov 26, 2005
my social studies teacher has a copy of this in his class room. whenever we have a free moment, i love sitting down and doodling on the etch a sketch! the acompanying book is great also! it taught me how to make curves! lol it's great for kids and adults alike :) my s.s. teacher is proof! also, if your into fun, creative books, check out anything by the editors of klutz, as they provide awesomely fun books and activities :)