ISBN: 1640304886
EAN13: 9781640304888
Language: English
Release Date: May 1, 2019
Pages: 104
Dimensions: 0.61" H x 10" L x 8.75" W
Weight: 1 lbs.
Format: Spiral
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  • New $14.98 Brain Games - Sticker by Number: America (28 Images to Sticker)
Book Overview

This Sticker by Number book is a great activity to keep your brain engaged and create beautiful, Americana themed art. As in color or paint-by-number, each design is divided into dozens of spaces. Each space has a number that corresponds to a sticker. Find the sticker, peel it, and place it in the right space. Watch as a full colored image emerges from the original unfinished illustration.

  • 28 Americana images to sticker.
  • Images include: scenes (the Statue of Liberty), symbols (the flag), classic American foods, animals, and landscapes.
  • Images range in difficulty.
  • Spiral binding and perforated pages make it easy to use
  • 8 x 10 inch pages.

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   These are awesome!
My daughter has autism and is a jigsaw puzzler. She could certainly do some serious damage to the metal panels, he said. The stickers are amazing because she can sit and do them for hours, she said. She doesn't even look at the sticker numbers as she just looks at the shape of the piece and finds where it goes. I have bought so many of these books now that I don't know which ones I have purchased and I'm finding myself buying duplicates. It's great exercise for people of all ages and skill levels. It's great to be back home, exercising your mind.
   Delivery 🚚 was good. The book is nice.
My only complaint is that the pictures are not really that much about America, Geragos said. I still enjoy doing them, but it would be better if the pictures focused more on American things.
   Excellent activity
He's a big fan of the Harry Potter series, and he loves to do this book. He can do it alone or with the assistance of his caregiver. When he tries to do it alone, sometimes he gets frustrated and makes mistakes, but, sometimes he spends hours working on it. This is the second book he has done and I have already bought a third one. This is hands down the best training manual I have ever received.
   Really cool pictures that can be done in an evening
My son has been "beyond" coloring books but still needs some things to do to keep him occupied, his mom said. It turned out that he did the hotdog the first, and it was really cool. I'll probably give similar books out to my mom, sister-in-law, etc for holidays -- they're really cool for people who like things like puzzles or other detail work."
   short pages
good quality, enjoy doing it but no where near the 108 pages it states as counting front and back cover only 55 pages.
   Perfect way to keep my kids busy during an hour of church
They meet better without gaps, he said. He said it was great to keep them quiet during quiet church.
   Good, but not the best...
Most of the pictures turned out nicely enough, but areas with very tine points had stickers that did not match the shape. If you like sticker books, I recommend it.
   Worth the wait.
The new S3 was launched on September 4, and pre-orders were in great anticipation. Really nice pictures, said Dr. Max. Deutsch, director of the Henri Vazzi Institute. They overdid it in the cutting department by cutting several of the stickers through the backing paper, making them a bit more difficult to separate. 0 3171 3171 The stickers were cut clear through the backing paper, making them a bit more complicated to separate. Still love Brain Games books, especially for their spiral binding, but this one is just slightly lacking in quality when compared to my favorite, the Bible pictures one. It's great to see the kids back home, but perhaps they rushed to get this one out.
   Disappointed in this one...
He said it would be too easy for a third grader to read "The Graveyard Book." Some of the puzzles only use about 20 stickers and on top of that they don't cut very well so that would frustrate a child as they would have difficulty getting them to stick.