Use That Creativity and Meet The Dooples #DigIntoReading

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We were sent a new book to check out...  



This is the first book and we get to know the main characters that we will be reading about in other books...   In Meet the Dooples, we meet Mr. Dooba Dee Doo.  He is a wise old thing that helps bring the dooples to life... 

There just seem to be a couple rules... 
Have fun exploring, learning and meeting new places and things... 

BUT, they can only come out at night and have to be put back at the end of the day!!!


The characters are too cute... 

We have Inky, Racer, Marky and others... 
Each one leaves their own creativity behind from the pencil sketches that Sketchy leaves to the marks on the box left from Marky...
This book is colorfully illustrated and I love that the font is in a white box with basic font for young kids to read.    

Meet the Dooples lets you use your imagination and creativity... 

and I tell you, I am ready to read the next to see what new adventure they get to head on!  

( I was able to use this book to tell Broxton that this book shows us how pens, pencils, crayons and markers are learning their creativity at night to be able to help him learn to write and draw!!!)  



This would be a great book to buy for your personal library... or to donate to your kids class!
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Comments

  1. I like the names, very inventive and they sound cute. :)

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  2. Sounds very interesting. I'm always up for a new read.

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  3. Sounds like a very neat book and I love the name too!

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  4. My son is a budding artist and he would enjoy the little characters in this book.

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  5. For some reason it reminds me of old school Fat Albert characters/Letter People.

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  6. I can't tell without seeing a page but it makes me think of Harold and the Purple Crayon books.

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  7. How interesting! Love the cute names!

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