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Monkeying Around

Connect-the-dot puzzles are lots of fun for little kids. But The Greatest Dot-to-Dot Book in the World takes the concept to a vastly different and far more challenging level that works for older kids and grown-ups. The numbers go into the hundreds, and unlike puzzles for little ones, there's no way to tell what the end result will be until it's complete. After years of doing graphic design for brochures and annual reports, author David Kalvitis went in search of something more exciting, and voila, the complex dot-to-dot concept was born in 2000. With book five just released, The Greatest Dot-to-Dot Super Challenge, Kalvitis outdoes himself with puzzles that go into the thousands. One particular puzzle, a pond scene with intricate detail, is a mindblower (but you won't figure out which one it is until you and the grandkids take pen to paper). -

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