I recently got the book Camping Doodles by Anita Woods, drawings by Chris Sabatino no matter where you pitch your tent, Camping Doodles has doodle prompts that will surprise and delight. Remember that camp song you couldn’t get out of your head, the less-than-appetizing camp food, that strange-looking animal hiding under the log? They’re all here; Pages for scavenger hunts, camping crafts, and nature journaling round out this perfect trail companion.
“Doodle Queen” Anita Wood is the author of Pocketdoodles for Girls, Pocketdoodles for Princesses, Travel Doodles for Kids, and B.F.F. Journal. Growing up an Air Force brat, she’s lived in lots of interesting places and has traveled widely. She currently makes her home in northern Utah.
Chris Sabatino is an illustrator and cartoonist who spends most of his waking hours doodling. He is the author of Pocket Doodles for Boys, Monster Doodles for Kids, Superhero Doodles for Kids and Dinosaur Doodles for Kids. He lives in Canton, Massachusetts, just a stone’s throw from Boston.
My Opinion: I do spend time outdoors in the warmer months here in Maine and I found that when it happens to rain while you are camping you may be stuck in a tent or camper with nothing to entertain you. This book has great things to draw, read and doodle. I really enjoy the cute ideas as well.
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Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.