The Benjamin Franklin Parkway is over a hundred years old, a mile long and is Philadelphia’s grand cultural boulevard. One of Philadelphia’s most visited destinations. This Dot-to-Dot Philadelphia book was created to honor the centennial of Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway and includes 23 challenging dot-to-dot puzzles depicting attractions in the Parkway Museums District. Featured are museums, public art, architecture, fountains, and more.
There are both one- and two-page puzzles, ranging in size from 156 to 1,690 connectable dots. A page provides a brief history of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, and a puzzle key identifies the Parkway attractions that are featured.
From the Publisher:
Award-winning dot-to-dot artist David Kalvitis, creator of The Greatest Dot-to-Dot Book Series, in partnership with The Parkway Museums District, created the Philadelphia We Are Connected Dot-to-Dot book to honor the centennial of Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Featuring an image of Benjamin Franklin on the cover, the 32-page book includes 23 challenging dot-to-dot puzzles for kids and adults, depicting attractions in the Parkway Museums District(full list under Q & A tab). Featured are museums, educational and religious institutions, public art, architecture, fountains and pocket parks. There are both one- and two-page puzzles, ranging in size from 156 to 1,690 connectable dots. A welcome page provides a brief history of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, and a puzzle key identifies the Parkway attractions that are featured. This is the 19th book - and first custom book - designed by David Kalvitis, whose publishing company, Monkeying Around, has been producing super challenging dot-to-dot books since 2000.
Puzzles:23 (4 double page puzzles)
Puzzle Sizes: 156 - 1,690 Dots
Age Recommendation: 8-108
Size: 8½ x 11
Year Released: 2017
Publisher: Monkeying Around
Printed In: USA
I bought this for my 15 year old and she loves it
This is a wonderful product. It’s great to tie in to concentration, art, and history. It is very challenging and requires a lot of patience. Not all kids have this skill.
This book is very challenging. The numbers/dots are very small. We brought it on a plane trip. One puzzle took a very long time with frequent breaks. I attempted one in one sitting and wasn’t able to. Maybe we just don’t have the patience.
From 7 to 32 years old; the whole family loves doing these.