Written by Megan McDonald, Illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds
Games, activities and more at www.judymoody.com!
I was so happy to see the kids from across the street today. It is always great to share time with them. But I am also the old lady across the street. (Yeah, mid 40's is old.) So I pulled out my box of tricks today. And my winner was Judy Moody. This was a life saver at finding activities that was able to entertain all the kids from 4 to 13. Pretty good for one book.
More info and extras at www.ologyworld.com!
This book worked great for our neighbors son. He is not a big reader. But he loves to learn. And here was quick insightful segments that caught his attention right off. No messing around here. But straight to the point with interesting facts. And the stickers in the back were beautiful artwork. I am glad I get to have time to dive into this one too!
What would you like to learn how to do? Turn drink mix into hair dye? Create a fake wound? Tell time with a potato? Light a room with a pony tail? Roll up a duct tape rose? Cultivate carnivorous plants? Bake stained glass cookies? Run a ninja obstacle course?
This is just a small sample of the things you can learn how to do one step at a time. I have to say this is the ultimate in how to books. Now I am off to learn how to make edible fake barf.
DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copies of these books to facilitate this review. No other compensation was provided.