Book Review: Laugh Out Loud Pocket Doodles

LOL Pocket Doodle Joke Book.indd
LOL Pocket Doodle Joke Book.indd

It’s not typical, this book review. But it is summer. Rebekah and Caleb, my two youngest children, put their doodling skills to work, as well as their smiles, with today’s book review.

What better tool to help keep the children in your life busy than with a book of jokes and doodles?

Cute, convenient little books for the young, artsy doodler in your family, that’s what Rob Elliott’s Laugh Out Loud Pocket Doodles for Girls and Laugh Out Loud Pocket Doodles for Boys are. A doodle is started, your budding artist finishes it. It’s fun!

These books are not only for doodles, however. They’re for smiles as well. The jokes inside are fun, innocent, and fully capable of making little and big kids alike smile.

Traveling? These books are a perfect size and weight for travels. They’re big enough to draw in, small enough to fit in a backpack, purse, or maybe even a larger pocket.

If you have a doodle-loving child, whether it’s one that’s home or on the go, consider these books for a possible perfect fit.

Dinosaur pic Pocket Doodles
Doodles birds
doodles boys pens
doodles boys king

Note ~ Both books were supplied, free of charge, from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.


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2 Comments

  1. What a great book idea for kids! I would have liked to have these on hand for vacation when my girls were kids. By the way, your kids look like they have some artistic tendencies, Kristy!