by Ben Handicott
Those who regularly read my reviews know that I like old fashioned activity books. They are fun, teach a bit and do NOT have anything to do with screens. So, no surprise that I like this activity book and recommend it.
Within this title’s brightly colored pages are a variety of puzzles. For example, children can trace the route to a food from each of a number of countries. Then, on the next page they are invited to create their own menu. The world map that is for coloring asks children to choose six colors; they will then see that no two countries of the same color are touching. This seems like a nice way for kids to see how big our world is. The other activities also look like they would appeal to the children for whom this book was created.
Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for this title. All opinions are my own.