Our Children’s Educational Books

Our children’s educational books aim to provide a fun and different way to learn more about specific topics. In particular, we focus on the use of drawing to help encourage interest and expand knowledge of a variety of different areas, including writing skills, language development and general knowledge. The books currently fall into four categories (Draw Your Own …, Learning By Drawing, Draw your Own Encyclopaedia and other books). More information about each of these categories is provided below.

  1. Draw Your Own …: The Draw Your Own … series of books is designed to help children, aged four and older, develop their word interpretation skills, especially for the evocative ‘wow’ words that help bring writing to life, their drawing and coordination skills, and their imaginations, all while having fun! Note For Educators: If you wish to use any of the contents of this book for educational purposes, an educational licence (which allows you to legally photocopy pages to create handouts) can be purchased from here. Ideas for classroom activities to accompany each of these book can be found here. You can find more about the books in this series by clicking here.
  2. Learning By Drawing: The Learning By Drawing series of books is designed to help children, aged six and older, develop their word skills, their knowledge of grammar, their drawing and coordination skills, and their imaginations, all while having fun based around amusing descriptions of amazing animals. Note For Educators: If you wish to use any of the contents of this book for educational purposes, an educational licence (which allows you to legally photocopy pages to create handouts) can be purchased from here. Ideas for classroom activities to accompany each of these book can be found here. You can find more about the books in this series by clicking here.
  3. Draw Your Own Encyclopaedia: Each individual book in the Draw Your Own Encyclopaedia series forms a subject-specific chapter of the overall encyclopaedia. The books provide brief introductions to a number of different areas connected to a specific subject, along with quick facts, questions you can answer and, at the end, a pop quiz where you can test the knowledge which you have gained by reading this book. In addition, prompts and space is provided to allow the reader to add their own pictures, and through this become the illustrator of their own encyclopaedia. These books are designed to encourage children to think about the world around them, and to learn how to search for information on the internet and from books, while having a little bit of fun! Note For Educators: If you wish to use any of the contents of this book for educational purposes, an educational licence (which allows you to legally photocopy pages to create handouts) can be purchased from here. Ideas for classroom activities to accompany each of these book can be found here. You can find more about the books in this series by clicking here.
  4. Other Children’s Educational Books: These books represent one-off educational books for children that do not fall into any of the above series. At present, there is one book in this category (The Little Book of Zombie Mathematics). You can find more information about this book here.