If you’re looking for a jam-packed, fun-filled book that both incites creativity and educates, then look no further.
From the genius OKIDO team, comes “How things work”. Join Koko, Alex and the other explorers as they find out more about how things work by taking them apart.
Published by Thames Hudson, this high quality offering with quirky illustrations can’t fail to please any young reader.
“Make your own TV show!
Play a glass orchestra.
Race a model car.
Play the saving-water game!
Build a marshmallow catapult.
Say ‘hello’ in 10 languages.”
With its own inimitable style that we have grown to love from their bi-monthly magazine, this book is unlike anything else we’ve seen in the market for this age group (3-8 years).
Including both child and adult-led activities to try, coupled with visually enticing narrative, children will be learning without even knowing it.
With an even mix of facts and fun, using a clean and clear illustrative style, both my 5 and 8 year old thoroughly enjoyed dipping in and out of this book.
In fact, I plan to take this into my Pre School to use some of the exercises and games with our younger children. A great resource for younger children. Well done the OKIDO team!