Need New Kids Activity Books? Look No Further!
Looking for engaging and educational activity books to keep children busy and off the electronics this summer?
Schiffer Kids has you covered with books that feature optical illusions designed to confuse and excite the eye, and adventures that test problem-solving skills and develop motor skills.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5951-4 | softcover | $9.99 | May 2020
With this beginner introduction to paper folding, create a merry band of black cats, each in a unique pose and ready to pounce on the included paper balls of yarn. Precut and creased kitties are ready to pop out and play in just a few folds!
Inkyeong and Sunkyung (IK&SK) are sisters from South Korea who have both earned a master’s degree in product design, with honors. They graduated from Reims School of Art and Design in France and work together in Reims, France, and Seoul, Korea. Instagram: @ikskdesign Facebook: ikskdesign Website: http://isdesignstudio.cafe24.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5952-1| softcover | $9.99 | May 2020
Bug enthusiasts of all ages as well as budding etymologists will flex their dexterity and creativity with more than 20 paper bugs. Precut and folded pieces require no scissors or glue!
More than twenty multicolored insects are ready to crawl in just a few folds! Have fun recognizing and playing with them all. Pop out the pieces on each page and follow the instructions to create your perfect little paper friend. Each page features the name of the bug to help you identify them on your outdoor adventures.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-5943-9| hard cover | $24.99 | May 2020
Are you ready? Open your eyes! Look carefully! Look very closely, because things are not always what they seem. Dr. Goodview shows and explains more than 20 optical illusions to educate and entertain with amazing effects. From brightness and contrast, twisted cord, and color and perspective to motion illusions, see how these visual tricks can confuse and excite the eye!This is a book that seeks to explore how the eye send message to the brain for ages 5 to 12 because there is a certain magic in optical illusions.About the Author: Enric Jardí is a graphic designer specializing in editorial design and typography. His three published books have been translated into a number of languages. In October 2009 he received the National Prize of Culture in design from the Generalitat de Catalunya. He has also received awards such as the European Design Awards, Laus, and D&AD, and from the Infographics Malofiej Summit. Jardí combines his work with teaching at art schools and universities.Schiffer Kids is now on social media! Please follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @SchifferKids – looking forward to seeing you.