Item description for Oh, Where Is My Paintbrush? (Veggietales) by Quinlan Lee...
Overview Ages: 3 - 6 Grades: P - 1
Community Description Inside this book is a safe space for creativity. Encourage your children to scrawl funny doodles, sketch silly squiggles, and jot multicolored blobs. They can use the coloring images as jumping-off points, or make unrelated illustrations using crayons, markers, paints, pens, or pencils. Don't forget to ask your kids to describe their drawings!
We've gathered together many familiar, beloved characters, and we'll introduce new friends too. They will present exciting activity pages that will challenge and entertain with puzzles, games, brainteasers, and suggestions for craft projects and rainy-days pastimes.
We will also offer thrilling extras with each book, such as crayons, stickers, cut-out crafts on the back covers, or other items we know your kids will love.
When you spot our spiral logo, you can be sure you're purchasing an enthralling coloring and activity book that will engage, enlighten, and entertain for hours. So sit down with your children...and watch them start scribbling!
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Studio: Simon Scribbles
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.63" Width: 7.72" Height: 0.63" Weight: 0.285 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2006
Publisher Simon & Schuster
Grade Level Multiple Grades
Series Simon Scribbles
ISBN 1416917853 ISBN13 9781416917854 UPC 076714004993
Reviews - What do customers think about Oh, Where Is My Paintbrush? (Veggietales)?
Wonderful books about a boy and his horse Mar 25, 2004
My son loves the Billy and Blaze series. The "adventures" they have are told in such a way that the children can imagine themselves taking part in them.
In this particular story Billy sets off to find a "lost" quarry. This one reminded me of many of the "adventures" my brother and I had as children in the forests near our grandparents farm in Montana.
It is nice to share a quiet, interesting story with my son. Most authors today seem to think they need to compete with television and movies, therefore their books seem to be nothing more than written out tv shows and action flicks.
The other thing my son and I enjoy in these books are the drawings. They are very good and realistic. We have the oppotunity to study some nice art while reading a pleasant book.
Billy and Blaze Oct 19, 2002
As a child (first and second grade) I read this series. Billy was without a doubt my favorite character from any of the childrens books available to me then. They are well writen, easily followed, in or out of torder. I am very please to be able to buy them for my nieces and my own child!
Great Story for Boys Jun 26, 2000
My son (4 next week) wanted some "Wild, Wild West" stories. I found the wonderful books by C.W. Anderson in the library. I bought several of the reprints in paperback because he loves the stories so. The gentle adventures of Billy and his pony Blaze are a wonderful way for young boys to learn the virtues of loyalty and friendship and the love of animals. In this book Billy and Blaze spend a day looking for a forgotten quarry. They have a few adventures trying to get over the overgrown trail. The quarry is as wonderful as Billy pictured. He gets a bonus - he finds a puppy running from a fox. Billy and Blaze take their new friend home. The realistic pen and ink drawings illustrating the story are very much enjoyed by my son. I'm happy to have found these books reprinted.