Mazeways: A to Z
  • Mazeways: A to Z
  • Mazeways: A to Z

Mazeways: A to Z

by Roxie Munro
     
 

Prepare to be astounded, because these are no ordinary mazes! Welcome to Mazeways, where A is for Airport, B is for Boatyard, C is for Circus, and everything is exciting. In this eye-opening world, each letter in the alphabet transforms into a fantastic maze and fingers have to trace a path through fantastically detailed environments. Navigate these puzzles asSee more details below

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Prepare to be astounded, because these are no ordinary mazes! Welcome to Mazeways, where A is for Airport, B is for Boatyard, C is for Circus, and everything is exciting. In this eye-opening world, each letter in the alphabet transforms into a fantastic maze and fingers have to trace a path through fantastically detailed environments. Navigate these puzzles as you would if you were traveling in real life: drive your car on the right side of the road, cross the street only at the crosswalks, and feel free to walk around furniture or landmarks as long as nothing blocks your path. Each maze comes with directions on how to launch into the adventure, and features really cool things to find and guide you along the way—like crocodiles and seals, clown cars and motorcycles, baseball diamonds and sunken treasure, and more!

Editorial Reviews

School Library Journal

K-Gr 2
Munro has drawn a wide variety of appealing, alphabetically arranged mazes filled with colorful details that will absorb young readers. Each letter is featured on a spread or a page with directions for traveling through the maze and finding different objects along the way. For example, O is for orchard: "Carry the basket of apples through the ORCHARD to the farmhouse. Then get back on the path to the picnic table for lunch." Then, readers are asked to "find 3 cows, a pier, a barn, a bridge, a park bench, a horse, a tractor, a ladder, 4 gates, a dog, a picnic table, and a pickup truck." Other settings include an airport, boatyard, highway, library, quarry, and ranch. The level of difficulty for each challenge falls somewhat below Martin Handford's "Where's Waldo?" (Candlewick) books and Jean Marzollo's "I Spy" (Scholastic) series. Back pages provide solutions. This engaging title works as an interactive alphabet book, an introduction to mapping skills, or to sharpen visual discrimination skills.
—Mary HazeltonCopyright 2006 Reed Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402737749
Publisher:
Sterling
Publication date:
08/01/2007
Pages:
48
Product dimensions:
11.00(w) x 11.10(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
7 - 8 Years

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