Over 60 pages of skill-building, island-loving fun!
There’s a whole lot to love about the world of Animal Crossing. From its adorable characters, to the challenge of creating a whole town from scratch, to its daily in-game surprises, this popular game offers kids an island paradise of endless fun. Now fans of the game can enjoy Animal Crossing and learn helpful strategies with on-the-page activities! Amazing Activities for Fans of Animal Crossing is a one-of-a-kind workbook that invites kids to develop their in-game skills with puzzles, mazes, crosswords, and more. Beginner to advanced gamers will learn helpful tips for earning bells and building their town as they gain familiarity with all the different scenarios and challenges in Animal Crossing.
Whether at home, on a long car trip, or at the beach, this vibrant, illustrated book of activities for young gamers is jam-packed with puzzles and helpful tips to make them better gamers. Inside you’ll find:
With over 50 games and a variety of tips to help them level up, Animal Crossing fans of all ages will stay busy and engaged for hours.
Jen Funk Weber began writing professionally while working as a winter caretaker for remote lodges in Alaska, often passing six months or more with no electricity, running water, or human neighbors. Jen has written numerous puzzle and activity books, including Nancy Drew: Hollywood Head Scratchers, The Spiderwick Chronicles, Wild About Alaska: A Children’s Puzzle Book, Wild About Sudoku, and Alaska’s Puzzle Bears. Been There, Done That: Reading Animal Signs is Jen’s debut picture book.
Amanda Brack has a passion for drawing and illustration, and enjoys the creativity of working on a wide variety of projects in her freelance career. She currently lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
Grace Sandford is an illustrator and designer whose clients include Palmer Hargreaves, Stew magazine, Green Android Ltd., and Paper and Apparel. Her books include the two previous books in the Secrets of an Overworld Survivor series; Tough Cookie, written by Kate Louise; and The Egg, which she both wrote and illustrated. She currently resides in Norwich, England.