Early Book Review: Bigfoot Visits the Big Cities of the World: A Seek and Find Activity Book by D.L. Miller

Bigfoot Visits the Big Cities of the World: A Seek and Find Activity Book by D.L. Miller is currently scheduled for release on February 13 2018. BigFoot spends most of his time in the deep dark woods, rarely spotted by humankind. But the bright lights of the big city beckon to everyone, even our mysterious furry friend! Sharpen your search and find skills by locating him at his favorite metropolis. It won't be easy. BigFoot is visiting ten major cosmopolitan destinations, includin the Big Apple and London to Paris, Athens, Tokyo, Toronto, and more. This  book presents each urban oasis as an immense two-page visual puzzle, full of teeming people and creatures. Your task is not only to find BigFoot and his legendary footprint, but also more than 500 other unusual and sometimes unexpected personalities and objects. Fun facts and pictures accompany each scene to help you learn more about the world's most popular cities.
Bigfoot Visits the Big Cities of the World: A Seek and Find Activity Book is exactly what you expect to get from the title. My son has always enjoy the legendary Where's Waldo and I Spy books, and we have taking our chances with a variety of similar books we have found over the years that matched his current obsessions (super heroes, Pokemon, and so on).  I like the little bit of Bigfoot lore that was included, including the origin of the name and they way the creature is seen and what they are called in a variety of cultures, to make the hunt more interesting to young readers. There is also a good amount of information and history about each of the cities that bigfoot is hiding in throughout this book. I like the inclusions of real photographs from the locations, as well as the seek and find illustrations. I think many young readers will skip over the informational bits and just to the bigfoot hunts, but I feel like some will take the time to read, and any chance for them to continue learning I will fully support. Some of the seek and finds were challenging, but in a good way. I enjoyed the book and think that most that would pick up this style of book will agree.
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