In A Color for Sketch, Mister Doodle tries to figure out what color to paint his dog Sketch's doghouse.
This house needs a touch up, he thought. Paint would do the trick!
But what color would Sketch like best? What color would he pick?
Maybe a refreshing shade of blue, like the color of the sea.
Or the golden yellow of a humming honeybee.
As his search for a color that Sketch would approve of comes to an end, Mister Doodle soon realizes that he's actually known the perfect color all along!
Orli Zuravicky has written and edited over a hundred children's books for kids of all ages. A graduate of Barnard College, Orli lives, works, and writes in New York City.
Giuseppe Castellano, an Illustration graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design, spends his days designing children's books. Thanks to Mister Doodle and his cute Westie Terrier "Sketch," he now spends his nights illustrating them. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, son, and twin daughters.
In stick-figure Mister Doodle's second book, he decides that his dog Sketch's shed needs some spiffing up with paint and debates what color might be best. Readers expecting a multicolored solution may be surprised by the end result. The imaginative photo-collage scenes and lively verse make for another charming outing for Mister Doodle.
- Publisher's Weekly, August 1, 2011
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