Out of all the books I've read, these are by far - and I'm sure always will be - my favorites. I'm a hands on learner and I've always loved books you can interact with. From letters you can read, flaps to lift up, puzzles & games to play in the book, to learning to write in new languages, these books are amazing. Very fun way to learn ~ Ology Series.
This book is called "Egyptology" by Dugald A. Steer. It is a part of Ology series, which all include interactive elements to it. There are letters that the readers can open, flaps, pockets filled with various objects and pictures, maps and if I recall correctly volvelles. Awsome way to emersous yourself in learning.
Wizardology Book Another one of the Ology book collection, this is The Book of The Secrets of Merlin. It teaches what to do and to have in order to be a wizard. Filled with small books and packets to open, as well as having lots of fantastical images. 12 x 10/4 In good condition.
How to Train Your Dragon Lesson Plans and Literature Unit Study Activity Ideas-I think it would be fun to do even though we completed the series so far. I think it's a nice skill to have to be able to go back and reflect on what you have read.