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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Meet Pinky Doodle Bug, the girl who loved to doodle in the story Pinky Doodle Bug by Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino. Pinky Doodle Bug not only doodled the things she saw but also the things that were in her mind. Though she doodled on everything she knew, something was amiss and she did not want to dismiss that thought. She decided to call out to her friends, the birds, and all the birds of the forest flew from the trees and perched on the branches and boulders. They gave her suggestions and thought her doodles would do better if they had tales to go with the doodles. They went on a quest to find the best stories ever. Would they be able to find stories for the doodles of Pinky Doodle Bug to make them more interesting and entertaining?
Pinky Doodle Bug by Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino is magical and it encourages children to follow their hearts and let their dreams fly and be creative. It is also about friendship, healthy communication, and teamwork, and the doodle pages at the end of the storybook make it a fun book to own and try out doodling. The colorful illustrations and rhyming verses make it enjoyable to read and will bring a smile to the faces of young readers. Stories like this are good for tutors and parents to read out loud to children because of the good messages they convey and also for making children more imaginative when it comes to art and being creative.