Doodle Girl and the Monkey Mystery

Illustrated by Marnie Maurri
LIST PRICE: AU$ 6.99

About The Book

Doodle girl lives inside sketchbook with a group of friends and a magic pencil. She uses this to create adventures by transforming doodles into fantastical lands, full of amazing animals! In this story help her and her friends solve the monkey mystery on a tropical island.

About The Authors

Suzanne Smith and her coauthor Lindsay Taylor work together to create content for television and book projects.

Lindsay Taylor and her coauthor Suzanne Smith work together to create content for television and book projects.

About The Illustrators

Marnie Maurri is a graduate of the Slade School of Fine Art and she spends her days creating individual commissions as well as gift prints and cards.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's UK (May 5, 2016)
  • Length: 32 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781471123801
  • Ages: 3 - 99

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Raves and Reviews

With a giant, free doodling poster and sticker sheet included inside, the book is full of creativity and fun for all to enjoy.

– Parent Talk

It's a brilliant mash-up of storytelling and activities with a giant colouring poster and a ton of stickers to get your little ones busily helping Doodle Girl solve a tricky mystery.

– Read it Daddy

It's a lovely story about imagination and creativity…great fun for working on together with your child.

– Jennifer's Little World Blog

I’m all for anything that opens up the imagination and encourages creativity in young children. With the current tick box mentality that is all too prevalent in schools today, I see fewer and fewer opportunities being given in the classroom and even in nurseries for children to follow their own imaginative ideas. All power to Doodle Girl and her flights of fancy…

– Red Reading Hub

This is really imaginative and I would love to see this become the first of a series.

– Parents in Touch

The creators of this stylish Picturebook take a simple idea and turn it into an appealing adventure, and one that should also encourage children to get out their pencils and crayons and start drawing themselves.

– Andrea Reece, LoveReading

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