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BigFoot has left the woods and made his way to big cities around the world in the newest, fun activity book from Happy Fox Books.

I love activity books and I feel that they are a great way to encourage kids to learn.  Happy Fox Books'  BigFoot Goes On Big City Adventures, activity book allows kids to seek and find, encouraging them to slow down, relax and read.   

Children follow BigFoot on his many adventures in many big cities and learn fun facts as they hunt for different items from around the world on each colorful page.

These fun activity books are Written and  illustrated by D.L Miller.

The latest book in this series is BIGFOOT GOES ON BIG CITY ADVENTURES launching in April from Happy Fox Books. in this book, BigFoot visits large cities around the world including Prague, Chicago, Sydney, Edinburgh,Shanghai and more.  He also helps readers to learn about the cities and their surroundings.

Kids can sharpen their search skills as they travel from city to city.

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About the Book:

"Shy and reclusive, BigFoot spends most of his time in the deep dark woods, rarely spotted by humankind. But the bright lights of the big city beckon to everyone, even our mysterious furry friend!"
This handsome hardcover book presents each urban oasis as an immense two-page visual puzzle, full of teeming people and creatures. Your task is not only to find BigFoot and his legendary footprint, but also more than 500 other unusual and sometimes unexpected personalities and objects.
Fun facts and pictures accompany each scene to help you learn more about the world's most popular cities.

About the Author:

D.L. Miller is an illustrator, woodcarver, and nature lover who grew up in the Appalachians of Western Maryland. As a child, stories of BigFoot always piqued his curiosity and made his explorations in the wooded mountainside all the more interesting. Miller combined his interests by capturing the elusiveness of BigFoot in his new illustrated seek-and-find children's book series that are fun for the young and young at heart!

Disclosure:  I received a copy of this book to review.


  1. It does sound like a book kids would enjoy. It sounds like a fun read.


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