What in the World: A Closer Look Fun-Tastic Photo Puzzles for Curious Minds by National Geographic Kids
  

What in the World: A Closer Look Fun-Tastic Photo Puzzles for Curious Minds

Written by National Geographic Kids
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RRP £11.99

Synopsis

What in the World: A Closer Look Fun-Tastic Photo Puzzles for Curious Minds by National Geographic Kids

What in the world? That's what you'll say when you open this amazing large-format photo book, full of real-life riddles and puzzling pictures. Patterns, colours, shapes, hidden animals, optical illusions, double-take photo comparisons, and much more will give your brain a workout and keep you coming back for more!

Reviews

An emphasis on training and strengthening cognitive skills within and beyond the book elevates this title from just a general activity selection. Suggestions for outdoor deep-looking (noticing natural patterns, etc.) and adapting independent exercises for larger groups further add to the value. Most of the puzzles center on animals and their habitats. VERDICT A browsable selection for collections in need of photo-driven puzzles. -- School Library Journal .

About the Author

JULIE VOSBURGH AGNONE teaches writing as a Visiting Professional at Ohio University's Scripps School of Journalism in Athens, Ohio. She worked at the National Geographic Society for much of her career as a writer and editor and, most recently, as vice president of editorial operations for Education and Children's Media, which publishes magazines, books, apps, educational materials and digital content for kids and teachers.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
Interest Age: From 5 to 10 years

Author

National Geographic Kids
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Publisher

National Geographic Kids

Publication date

27th September 2016

ISBN

9781426325380


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