Jonathan Stephen Harris. Released 14th April 2020 by Quarto on their Walter Foster imprint, it's 128 pages and available in paperback and ebook formats.
The layout follows the familiar Walter Foster book format. An
introduction covers tools and supplies and is followed by a
short and easily accessible general technique tutorial and an introduction to perspective. There's a good subchapter on techniques for different geometric shapes as well as a short intro on how to compose a drawing and developing forms from simple line drawings (sailboat, tree, cupcake, butterfly, etc).
This is a very basic book but full of good techniques and will
provide some useful takeaways for the majority of readers/artists.The techniques here would be great for bullet journals, notebooks, wall art, fabric drawing, painting canvas for needlepoint, counted thread/canvas embroidery, leatherworking, and more. This would also be a great resource book for anyone wanting to up their drawing-with-young-family-members game.
Disclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher for review purposes.