Here’s a rare thing: A design book that wants you to draw all over its pages. Archidoodle: The Architect’s Activity Book ($19, Laurence King), by British architect and educator Steve Bowkett, is a perfectly good visual introduction to “significant architectural issues, such as the importance of site and materials, how to furnish a space, how to read plans, how to create sustainable cities,” and so on. But its real value lies in the book’s interactive aspect: Readers are expected to sketch, color over, and otherwise engage with the lessons and illustrations Bowkett provides. Perfect for the budding architect in your family — or anyone who enjoys a little pen-and-paper time. Get it today!