(PRWEB) February 13, 2007
These are definitely not your father's dot-to-dots. With no clues given to the final image, numbers into the thousands, and amazing detailed pictures, The Greatest Dot-to-Dot Super Challenge, published by Monkeying Around, provides a whole new level of challenge and intrigue.
Introduced at this week's International Toy Fair 2007 at the NYC Javits Center, the book also introduces new puzzle inventions by author and artist David Kalvitis. The patent pending "Arrow" and "Compass" puzzles provide brand new, unique methods for connecting points to reveal a picture.
In addition to the latest book, set to be released Feb. 20, Monkeying Around has published eight other connect-the-dot books by Kalvitis, who has older kids, teens and adults in mind when designing his puzzles. All of his books include variations on standard connect-the-dot puzzles, and with ever-present attention to detail, increasingly complex images and fine-tuning of his craft with each new book, The Greatest Dot-to-Dot Super Challenge raises the bar for dot-to-dots.
Other puzzle books by Kalvitis at the Toy Fair include the The Greatest Dot-to-Dot Books in the World, which have received multiple awards, including Best Book (Oppenheim Toy Portfolio), Best Classic Toy (Dr. Toy), Preferred Choice Award (Creative Child Magazine), Product of the Year (Informal Education Products) and the National Parenting Seal of Approval.
For additional information or for free puzzle samples call Monkeying Around or visit MonkeyingAround.com. Books are available through local toy and book stores, including Barnes & Noble, or online.
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