on 30 December 2012
The Doodle books are a great series. Each page has a suggestion and a tempting wee illustration to gt you started and inspire you to fill the rest of the page with your own art.
This particular book brilliantly addresses the problem of getting boys to sit down and draw: actively encourage them to produce the sorts of pictures that grownups would ordinarily label a bit rude or disgusting. Nothing too shocking but expect plenty of bogies, burps and bugs to be incorporated in the artwork.
The book is well put together, the paper decent quality and the ideas quirky. Enjoy!