Candlewick, 2013 (2013)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
group of well known authors and illustrators have joined forces to create the activity pages of this unusual book. Featuring hours of amusement,
contains games, puzzles, comics and other diversions that will captivate both children and adults.
We dreamed up The Goods as a weekly all-ages feature for newspapers, and we're excited that forty-four installments have been transformed into the unusual book you are now holding,
' write the editors.
hey continue, '
This book is for people who love joy, labyrinths, fortune-telling,bears, glaring penguins, and made-up words. It is not for people who love symmetrical shapes.
he contributors, like Mo Willems, Jon Scieszka and Jon Klassen, were provided with strange, small spaces to work in and a limited amount of time to create something that would challenge and engage the audience.
rainy day book
when you have nothing to do and nowhere to go, this volume is guaranteed to chase away boredom and keep you amused for quite some time.
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