While I was in Portland, I went to Powell’s because hello, Powell’s is amazing. I spent rather a lot of time in their Star Wars and Lego book section. The perils of having an almost seven year old boy. It could be worse; I am eternally grateful that he outgrew the Thomas the Tank Engine age.
So after a while I got tired of standing about watching him look at every page of every book before asking if he could get it. So I started looking on the opposite side of the aisle. They had game books. Some of the normal game books but also a lot of cool things. Like a Murder Mystery Crossword puzzle book where you have to solve the crossword puzzle to figure who dun it and with what.
But I also grabbed an Extreme Connect the Dots. Now when I showed the book to G in the store, she laughed heartily. But I bought it anyway and when I mentioned later that I bought it she was like “I thought you were kidding.” Hrm.
Then I came home and commented on a blog about adult coloring books, that I did connect the dots, and that blogger was like Huh?
So apparently I am a freak in this as well. I like Extreme Connect the Dots. This one has cool architectural locations from around the world and between 800-2400 dots per picture. LOL