By Jan Bajtlik
THE ACTIVITY BOOK THAT BRINGS LETTERS TO LIFE
Watch letters of the alphabet come to life in this hugely imaginative scribble book by Polish graphic designer Jan Bajtlik. Alphadoodler invites children to play with typography, using well-known letterforms to create creepy-crawlies, impossible skyscrapers, a crocodile’s toothy grin, and even ghost letters with toothpaste. Packed full of activities for children to draw, scribble, cut, color, glue, paint, and design, Alphadoodler sees letters camouflaged in a messy bedroom, skiing down a mountain, growing leaves, and leaving the reader pondering: Is an O an octopus without tentacles, or an elephant without a trunk?
In this entertaining and electrifying book, letters bend, break, hide, and slide to become something truly larger than life.
A CREATIVE JOURNAL FOR MISFITS, ODDBALLS, AND ANYONE ELSE WHO’S UNIQUELY AWESOME
By Kate Peterson
Part journal, part activity book, and all fun, You’re Weird is a valentine for the inner weirdo in everyone–that part of us that doesn’t quite fit in, and secretly isn’t even trying. Filled with hand-drawn creatures that are a bit…different…along with lists, writing prompts, activities, and more, it’s a delightful and affirming book for creative oddballs everywhere.
In our mass-produced world that wants everyone to fit in and fall in line, this quirky book give us permission to celebrate what makes us each unique–and amazing. It’s the perfect gift for the creative teen, journal-loving best friend, or indie artist in your life…or for your own weird self.
By Olivia Cosneau
The world's oceans are home to many different species and plants, from tiny organisms like plankton to the world's largest animal, the blue whale. Deep down in the seas' depth, you will even find some monstrous-looking creatures that seem to have come straight out of a fairy tale. Did you know, for example, that male anglerfish feed on the female's blood? And is it true that the giant clam can trap a diver's leg? Or have you ever heard of fish that hitch a ride on sharks?