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The Boys’ Doodle Book 2

Submitted by on November 15, 2010 – 9:12 pmNo Comment

I love, love, love The Boys’ Doodle Book 2, it is filled with inspiration to make your doodles pop out of the page and a must for any creative family.

Buy online: Buster Books



Initial Thoughts: I have to admit that I wondered why anyone would need a book to doodle in, but upon passing The Boys’ Doodle Book 2 to Maxi my voices were silenced.

We liked: The Boys’ Doodle Book is a great way to give inspiration to a child who wants to draw, but isn’t sure where and how to start.  Yes doodling is all about your own personal style, but asking you which monsters come to the party does give your brain a great starting point.  The book is made of good quality paper ensuring that any doodles will not bleed through.

We weren’t keen: Initially I did think that £10 was very expensive for what I considered to be a book of blank pages, but on seeing how Maxi used it I was won over.

Overall: If you have a crafty child or not, a doodle book is a must have for any household.  What a great start to story telling or even starting an imaginative process.

Jen [The Mad House]

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