"An excellent educational/entertainment activity book for young children, whether on vacation or dreaming of exploring in the future. The quirky, colorful illustrations present both information and challenges in a fun format friendly to kids." —Midwest Book ReviewTravel through twelve of the most-visited national parks in North America with the Ramble family! From the geys"An excellent educational/entertainment activity book for young children, whether on vacation or dreaming of exploring in the future. The quirky, colorful illustrations present both information and challenges in a fun format friendly to kids." —Midwest Book ReviewTravel through twelve of the most-visited national parks in North America with the Ramble family! From the geysers of Yellowstone to the desert of Death Valley, children will search for hours to find the twenty hidden elements in these very detailed illustrations. An original way for kids to develop their powers of observation while having fun!...
|Title||:||Seek and Find National Parks|
|Format Type||:||Board Book|
|Number of Pages||:||24 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Seek and Find National Parks Reviews
Although activity books like this one make my head ache, that won't be the case for its intended audience. Undoubtedly, youngsters looking for a way to while away the time while traveling from one place to another or just sitting quietly at home will be highly entertained as they follow the aptly named Ramble family to 12 national parks in North America. Starting with the Smoky Mountains in North Carolina and Tennessee and concluding with Cuyahoga Valley in Ohio, readers are asked to find 20 items in each of the double-page spreads as well as one additional item or person. The book's scenes test visual acuity and powers of observation, and in my case, stamina. Some readers might even want to use the book as a way to prepare for seeing the real thing. In my case, I think I'd rather just visit these places in person instead of looking at the images, but that won't be so for youngsters.
This is a fun, colorful search-and-find picture book set in each of twelve national parks, such as Yosemite, Mount Rushmore, and Yellowstone. Twenty items to find are shown along the left-hand side of each double-page spread plus a bonus item in the upper right corner. The pages are swarming with activity making the specific animals, people, vehicles, and assorted items harder to locate than might be expected. Unlike many board books, this is generously sized to about the same dimensions as an average picture book only thicker. Recommend to children who enjoy seek-and-find type books and puzzles. This works for even very young children since the items they are trying to find are conveyed in images, not words.