Draw & Discover books – Review

Draw & Discover - having a go

At the moment Chloe is super keen on anything to do with drawing and colouring in.  She’s suddenly discovered a real love of it and will spend huge amounts of time carefully choosing her colours and doing her work to the very best of her ability (and getting suitably cross with herself if she makes a mistake.)  The latest offering from best selling children’s author & illustrator Yasmeen Ismail, “Draw & Discover” activity books are aimed at inquisitive children age 4-7 and I was sure they would appeal to Chloe.

Draw & Discover

Due for release at the start of February, the Draw and Discover series features two books “Push, Pull, Empty, Full” and “Inside, Outside, Upside Down” – each book features simple text and instructions to guide children on an adventure through 30 fun colour and drawing activities.

As it turns out the Draw & Discover books are a hit with both Ben and Chloe.  I love that they give both structure and freedom – sometimes a blank piece of paper to write or draw on can be a bit daunting.  The Draw & Discover series gives you some guidance to get you going but your only limit after that is your own imagination!  (Or in my case a complete lack of artistic talent!)

Draw & Discover

Draw & Discover - having a go

*We were sent the Draw & Discover books free of charge for the purposes of review.  All thoughts and opinions remain our own*

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21 thoughts on “Draw & Discover books – Review

  1. They look really good and as you say having some guidance can been a good thing. I remember having a book that taught you how to draw animals that was really fun… And I still remember how to to do so it’s great with toddler H ? #triedtested

  2. These look really interesting! I’m looking for something like this for Mia as she starts school in Sept and I want her to start practising ‘focusing’ on one thing for a few more minutes than she does at the moment! 🙂


  3. These are such a good idea! They look really well done and would make learning fun rather than boring!

    Jodie x

  4. These look lovely! X is just starting to enjoy drawing a bit more – I am always on the lookout for something new for him to colour. #triedtested

  5. These look really cute and would be perfect for my youngest. He doesn’t sit still for very long but has just started taking more of an interest in drawing #TriedTested

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