The Self-Isolation Activity Book is a black and white activity book for anyone who feels bored stuck at home for any reason.
The author, Ian Doors claims to have spent a lot of time alone in his flat and wants to encourage people to take a break from their screens and have more in-real-life experiences.
The book is packed with activities and suggestions on how to fill your time. Pick up a pen, pencil or coloured pencils and find a space to do some writing or drawing.
Ian suggests some films to watch, if you don’t like his suggestions head to our film reviews on this website. Ian also has a list of books to read (but here are book reviews for novel nerds). You could add his song list to your Spotify, or not.
We enjoyed the insult generator – I’d suggest laminating this and taking it to work for long, boring meetings.
You can colour in a bearded ranger, a panda bear in a jumper, a young girl dancing, a can of baked beans and more. There are some dodgy recipes (but don’t try all of these at once).
The book ends with some line drawings of toilet paper. All good, loyal Australians never let their dunny run out of loo paper.
The Self-Isolation Activity Book is a bit fun – but it’s probably best for gift ideas or cheering someone up. Pass it around the office if you work in engineering, accounting or government.
Publisher: Hachette Australia
The Self-Isolation Activity Book is currently available in paperback and eBook.