Sharpen your search and find skills by locating BigFoot in the big cities of the world. Find the elusive creature and his legendary footprint in 10 immense visual puzzles, full of teeming activity and detail. Learn more about what you see with fun facts and pictures.
The intricate and densely layered illustrations are perfect for readers of any age and ability, and make learning visual and collaborative.—The Children's Book Review
This "informational text" turned seek-and-find is a ton of fun. Students are able to read about BigFoot while participating in activities that require focus and attention, attempting to spot the mysterious creature themselves. Kids among a range of ages will appreciate this text - in between classes, late at night, or on long car rides. Illustrations are exciting and colorful, with facts and information that will leave you questioning whether BigFoot is real or not.—KIPP Change Academy - Maura Brown, Educator
My 8-year old daughter read this book together. She loves look and find books. She was pleasantly surprised to see the facts about Big Foot and cities. She also thought the look and find pages were challenging enough, and liked that there were many different things to find. This book has some great visuals and I think it would appeal especially to boys in grades 2-5.—Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board - Laurie Harris, Educator
What a cool way to set up a seek and find book! I loved the opportunity to learn more about the legend of Bigfoot as well as countries the world. My kids are going to love it!—The Roeper School - Amber Webb, Educator
Kids can sharpen their search skills as they travel from city to city.
—Chatty Patty's Place
Jam-packed with an assortment of challenging look-and-find adventures, as well as fun facts and photos, that will keep kids of all ages entertained for hours.—Inspired By Savannah
Vibrant and full of amazing information.—Candypolooza
Fun facts and pictures accompany each scene to help kids to learn more about ten of the world's major cosmopolitan destinations, making it an ideal and unreservedly recommended addition to family, elementary school, and community library collections of entertaining and informative activity books.—Midwest Book Review
As with Bigfoot, D.L. Miller is a bit on the reclusive side, rarely seen in public, spending most of his days sketching from his studio located amongst the mighty oak trees only found in the deep dark woodlands far off the beaten path. After spending decades learning the habits of the elusive bipedal humanoid, he has finally agreed to share his illustrative journals that capture the sightings of this larger-than-life creature that has mystified generations.