Monster Mayhem: Doodle Wars
Oakley Graham & Sally Hopgood
Top That Publishing, 2016 (2016)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
ive your children some colored pencils or pens and let their creative juices flow with this activity book that features page upon page of monster inspired doodling suggestions.
he central scenario is to flesh out the Monster Mayhem Games with art work that features monsters in various situations. The authors offer suggestions on what needs to be done (create a mascot for the games or decorate containers of Monster Food) and there are stickers which need to be colored before they can be used in various ways within the book.
f you just want to doodle, you can ignore the author's guidance and just follow your artistic muse and create scene after scene on the pages provided.
n activity book like this will come in handy not only when your child can't play outside but it will also keep the youngster occupied when traveling or needing a diversion because he or she is confined to a sick bed. Grandparents will also find this book the perfect way of creating a fun activity that doesn't involve running around the house or watching TV.
lso, other family members may enjoy joining in and sharing in the coloring and doodling activities.
Vampires vs. Werewolves – Doodle Wars
, is available from the same publisher. Combine the two titles and you'll be able to provide hours of artistic entertainment for that special child in your life.
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