Sarah McIntyre (jabberworks) wrote,
Sarah McIntyre

pug-a-doodle-do: draw your own pug comic!

Lana Lê from the Kid Can Doodle blog has interviewed me about Pug-a-Doodle-Do! here!

Her interview includes a link to free download from my website of a couple pages from Pug-a-Doodle-DO!. Feel free to draw on them, use them at home, in schools, libraries, wherever people might want to make pug comics! (Here's the direct link to my site.) Philip and I would love to see your comics, especially if you can tweet them at us with the hashtag #PugaDoodleDo!

In other news, a theatre in Brighton is putting on a play called The Ministry of Biscuits that Philip Reeve wrote at the same time he was working on Mortal Engines! Click here to find out more on his blog.

Tags: #pugadoodledo, pugadoodledo, reeve

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