This hands-on activity book includes all the classic puzzles and games that children love but with a quirky twist. Join the dots to make the robo-dog jump; play germ Sudoku by completing the grid of germs and bugs; draw pictures of body sounds like whistle and burp; and match the monsters to their footprints. There are also simple crafts and science experiments to complete off the page.
The activities stimulate creativity and inspire interest in the sciences while teaching skills like pencil control and gathering and sorting data. The unconventional but clear artwork makes this a dynamic book for young children who love drawing and games.
This book that is one that can keep youngsters busy for hours.
— Sacramento Book Review
Over 100 pages to color in, plus mazes, puzzles, dot-to-dot, and games, all with a quirky twist.
— Woman Around Town
OKIDO is an innovative group of London-based designers, illustrators, and authors who create an art-and-science magazine of the same name for young children. In spring 2015, their television show will air on the BBC. Author Sophie Dauvois is a scientist and teacher. Rachel Ortas is an illustrator and artist-in-residence at Central Saint Martins, London. Alex Barrow is the magazine's art director.