Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Doodle Girl and the Monkey Mystery by Suzanne Smith, Lindsay Taylor and Marnie Maurri (Simon and Schuster Children's Books)

Creativity is at our core. Never a day goes by without us writing, drawing, colouring or painting...
So we're instantly drawn (haha) to books like "Doodle Girl and the Monkey Mystery".

It's a brilliant mash-up of story telling and activities with a giant colouring poster and a ton of stickers to get your little ones busily helping Doodle Girl solve a tricky mystery.

Doodle Girl's book world unfolds as she uses her pens and pencils to draw and create characters and her surroundings.

Doodle Girl and her friends draw themselves on a tropical island populated by the cheekiest monkeys imaginable. It's time to unleash your imagination and use your favourite scribbling tools to solve the great monkey mystery!

A fun and innovative idea and we would definitely love to see more books of this ilk

Charlotte's favourite bit: Spreading herself out on the floor with all her favourite colouring pens and getting busy with that poster

Daddy's favourite bit: A brilliant little story tucked in with some great doodling activities.

(Kindly sent to us for review by Simon and Schuster Children's Books)

"Doodle Girl and the Monkey Mystery"

Written by Suzanne Smith and Lindsay Taylor

Illustrated by Marnie Maurri

Published by Simon and Schuster Childrens Books

Publication Date: 5th May 2016


1 comment :

  1. Thank you so much for this lovely review of our happy book :)

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