Monday, June 22, 2015

Laugh-Out-Loud Pocket Doodles for Girls by Rob Elliott

Q: Why did the girl stop using the pencil?
A: It was pointless
Cover ArtStuck in the car on a long trip? Bored out of your mind in a waiting room? Have a few minutes before bedtime? Then you have enough time to let your imagination run wild!

Laugh-Out-Loud Pocket Doodles for Girls lets you
· tell jokes that will have people laughing out loud
· complete hilarious doodles
· entertain everyone around you!

More than one million copies of the Laugh-Out-Loud joke books have been sold. Grab your pens, pencils, crayons, or markers and see what all the fuss is about!

Where to Purchase

Rob Elliott is the author of Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for KidsMore Laugh-Out-Loud Jokes for Kids,Laugh-Out-Loud Animal Jokes for KidsKnock-Knock Jokes for Kids, and Laugh-Out-Loud Doodles for Kids. He lives in West Michigan, where in his spare time he enjoys laughing out loud with his wife and five children. Learn more at

Jonny Hawkins is a cartoonist whose work has appeared in over six hundred publications, includingReader's DigestParade, the Saturday Evening Post, the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, many page-a-day cartoon calendars, and Laugh-Out-Loud Doodles for Kids. He lives in Michigan with his wife, their three children, four cats, and a dog.

My Thoughts:
Do you know a girl who loves drawing and telling jokes? This little pocket size book is so cute for those little sweeties. With hours of fun doodles to do, and silly jokes to entertain with, girls will love getting one. An example of a page would be:
Q: "How do skunks get in touch with each other?"
A: "They use smell phones"
There is a skunk on the page and the bottom of the page reads: "To whom is the skunk sending a smellfie?"

Each page has a partial picture to finish or add to, along with a joke and a suggestion of something to doodle. This would make a really nice travel book, or maybe even something to keep children busy at a doctor's office or somewhere you would like them to sit quietly, pending they can read and doodle without help. I would say this book is for kids 7-10 as my personal experience is that girls mature quicker than boys. My daughter is 7 and I am sure she will enjoy this book. She loves to doodle. 

I received this book from the Revell Blogger Program in exchange for my honest review. 

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