Fablehaven Book of Imagination by Brandon Mull
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Source: Received from Publisher to Review
Genre: Child Activity Book
Book Description: Fablehaven has sold more than 3.5 million copies and readers made The Caretaker's Guide to Fablehaven, the first visual discovery and definitive guide to all the mythical creatures of Brandon Mull's wildly brilliant imagination, a bestseller in Fall 15. Now it's the READER'S turn to tap into your imagination in the very first interactive guide to Fablehaven!
Tuck this journal into your backpack, tote it along and use it as a fun activity book for all things Fablehaven and to reflect on the mythical creature metaphors found in the series.
If you owned your own invisibility glove like Seth, how would you use it today?
Learn how to draw a dragon’s head with step-by-step instructions.
You have found the legendary Totem Wall. Choose a face to speak with. What question would you ask?
Within the pages of this book are secret codes what will help the reader discover a secret message from Brandon Mull about Dragonwatch, the sequel to Fablehaven.
Dragons can create paralyzing fear. Imagine your hands and arms were literally paralyzed from encountering a dragon, but you still needed to write a message. Use your feet or mouth to write a note on the page.
Create your own art: draw your own magical preserve. Include your home, landmarks, trees, trails, areas to avoid. Where is it located? What is it called?
Draw your family pet as if it were a guardian to a hidden, ancient artifact. What special power does your pet have to protect the treasure it is guarding?
Fans will also find coloring book pages, mazes, scavenger hunts, and instructions for origami creatues of Fablehaven characters like Raxtus!
My thoughts: I am enthralled with this activity book. (I want the coloring pages, the kids can have the rest.)
My family loves the Fablehaven series. I read them with my children and it was a wonderful experience for all of us.
This activity book is a fun way for children to use their imagination. There are coloring pages, mazes, learn how to draw pages, origami, etc. This would give any child many hours of enjoyment. I could see it being used in a classroom while a class is reading the book together. Personally, I would not want to write in the book. I could see myself copying off pages, but this book is meant to be written in, drawn in, and have pages torn out.