Jessica Secheret was born in a small French town on a spring day in 1978. As a child, felt pens, colored pencils, paint and brushes were her constant companions. When Jessica had finished decorating every wall in her family's house, her parents realized that art school should be their daughter's next venue. Ms. Secheret then studied furniture design at Paris' École Boulle and went on to stints in architecture firms. Eventually she hung up her ruler and compass, and decided to become an illustrator.
Dolls of the World offers stylish design and three things girls love: dolls in traditional outfits, coloring, and stickers—lots of them! Thirteen different countries and regions are represented by dolls on pages that are partly colored and partly blank, so allowing for plenty of creative options....[more]
Konnichiwa, Kokeshi! They’re collectable, color-able, and sticker-rific! Kokeshi dolls have much of the adorable appeal and charm of the ubiquitous Hello Kitty, but with much more extensive wardrobes. This exotic coloring book features black-outlined drawings of Kokeshi (traditional Japanese wooden...[more]