Greatest Dot-to-Dot Adventure: Book 3
Continue the adventure with the newest in the series, with 39 puzzles ranging from 116 to 3,021 dots on a puzzle that covers 4 pages! Travel the world looking for clues as you complete the puzzles - odd/evens, tabs, and stars. 48 pgs. ~ Donna
The Greatest Dot-to-Dot Adventure Book 3 is the third in the four book series of revolutionary Dot-to-Dot puzzle books created by David Kalvitis. For David's latest series of Adventure books he went beyond the traditional dot-to-dot and created the first ever dot-to-dot book that had a picture story. He also included a variety of brand new puzzle inventions including Circuits, Match-Up, and Scene puzzles. It is the first time in dot-to-dot history a giant 4-page spread was included with over 2,600 dots.
Adventure Book 3 takes our young boy around the world looking for clues, culminating with finding the very last clue in his own back yard. As you complete these puzzles, the story unfolds before your eyes. Includes the new Tabs puzzle style and the largest puzzle to date: a giant 4-page spread with 3,021 dots.
Join us on the Adventure, because Dot-to-Dots aren't just for kids anymore! Ages 8 to 108.
Now, I realize that a lot of you teens and parents have probably moved on from dot-to-dots. Those are for kids, you probably think. Well, I bet you just might change your mind and grab a pencil yourself if you pick up one of these! Each of these books contains 48 pages of fun, complex, and rewarding dot-to-dots. They're not just your basic 1 to 2 to 3 to 4 and so on. Nope, after warming you up with a few "ordinary" dot-to-dots, they change it up. Some dot-to-dots will ask for only specific sets of numbers to be connected (or odds and evens), while others give stop signals at specific points to pick up your pen and start a new line. Others ask for a line to connect letters and a separate line to connect numbers, while still others are hidden in a grid, and only by following the grid directions will you "unmask" the dot-to-dot solution. Whatever the rule, most dot-to-dots features over 100 dots, and often the "finished product" is not obvious from the dots alone. Final pictures include animals, vehicles, buildings, insects, and much more. Tips are offered along the way on such difficulties as drawing straight lines and using the right type of pen tip. I can't recall doing a dot-to-dot in years, but I have to admit, I'm really tempted to start marking up this sample copy! - Jess