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Taro Gomi Drawing Books

Lil Find: Taro Gomi Drawing Books

When your tot grows tired of the yellow lined legal pad, treat him to a super special Taro Gomi drawing book.

Since there are four different books to choose from, there's one for every lil artist.

If your honey needs a little direction, Scribbles ($14) or Doodles ($14) might be the right choice as they gives wee ones an image to build on for every page.

To see what else there is to choose from,

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If your kid is into paints and drawing, he can expand his imagination and talents on the plentiful illustrations in Squiggles ($14). And if you're trying to teach your babe a thing or two about the seasons, check out Doodle All Year ($12) where springtime animals, Summer fruit, Fall foods and Winter weather are all topics of doodling discussion.

One thing is certain, your sweetheart will be a busy bee with all of those pages and crayons. You can put "Mommy are we there yet?" to rest with a lil help from Taro Gomi.

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duck-duck-goose duck-duck-goose 9 years
Very cute, but nothing beats a blank pad of paper and a supply of pens, pencils, chalks, markers and crayons. (If they were cheaper, I might be persuaded to purchase them.)
abqmama abqmama 9 years
Those look cool although I'm too cheap to pay that much for a drawing pad, no matter what it has on it.
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