by Scott Bedford
This book has a continual maze that takes you in one long line through cut-out portals in each page onto the next page and the next until you reach the end of the book at which point you will have drawn a line 607 feet (185m)long. “That’s four times the height of the Statue of Liberty!”
Along the way, you pass by imaginative worlds full of skyscrapers, butterflies, mountains, robots, fireworks, rollercoasters, and mysterious caves. There are tiny people inhabiting these worlds, skiing, going to work, racing cars, and dodging volcanoes. And there are factoids about the largest butterfly in the world, the biggest caves, the most active volcano, and the fastest rollercoaster ride in the world, along with a dozen other facts.
As if that wasn’t already cool enough, there are also hidden search-and-find puzzles on each page, where you can search through all the details of the designs to find a missing lunch box, an icecream cone, an oxygen tank, or seven tiny caterpillars.
I am so in love with this book, and look forward to many hours of fun as I puzzle my way through each page of this never-ending maze.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.