Review! Jon Burgerman’s Daily Doodle by Jon Burgerman

Jon Burgerman’s Daily Doodle
By Jon Burgerman
112 pages – ages 5+
Published by Laurence King Publishing on August 8, 2017

Synopsis from Publisher- “Jon Burgerman shows you how to doodle a dragon, scribble a sausage, and color a chameleon in this hilarious how-to guide!
Inspired by Jon’s popular Snapchat Daily Doodle, this book is packed with instructions, hints, and tips to create your own scribbletastic doodles, from dogs, donuts, and dinosaurs to whales, wigs, and wizards.
This crazy collection contains over 100 silly ideas to scribble, funny things to spot along the way, and more than 40 stickers!”

What I Thought- This was a really awesome drawing book – Burgerman creates a very user friendly instructional book with “less-than-perfect” doodles, fun ideas, and an all-around wacky sense of creativity! Burgerman has the book focus on creating, with doodling being a means of expression, and I absolutely love that. I like how the book encourages kids to get their ideas down on paper while having a good time. The book is full of word-play and some humor for the adults reading too, which is a great hook for the older crowd. Doodling is not just for kids! Hopefully the book will encourage everyone to think that creating art is something they can achieve. The book will certainly be a big hit with kids who want to doodle cartoon-like drawings and make a gateway to more artistic drawing! A perfect introduction to doodling!

I give this book five out of five bookworms!



Categories: Age 1-5, Age 6-9

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1 reply

  1. Who doesn’t love a doodling book?

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