This post contains affiliate links* Do you remember connect the dots puzzles? I used to love them as a child. There was something magical about a page full of dots revealing an actual image. Where's Kitty? Dot-to-Dot is putting a feline spin on this concept. I was excited to take a trip down memory lane to give some of the thirty puzzles in the book a try, but alas, my eye sight clearly isn't what it was as a child. Even with reading glasses, I found that my eyes became strained pretty quickly, and while the time I did spend on one puzzle immediately brought back wonderful memories of doing these puzzles on the table in my mom's kitchen while she prepared meals, I just couldn't stick with it long enough to finish an image. Each puzzle features more than 500 numbered dots, and you'll find Kitty in each of the images featuring famous locations from around the world, including the Empire State Building, Taj Mahal, and Big Ben. A reviewer on Amazon, who had the same issues with the size of the numbers as I did, posted images of completed puzzles that led me back to her blog, Feeling Fictional, including the one below.
I love the idea of this book I only wish the dots and numbers weren't quite so small. Where's Kitty? Dot-to-Dot is available from Amazon.
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I don't remember ever seeing one of these corn-silk-like worms before but the diminutive flickering of its dance caught my eye somehow. This creature appears to be close to 4 inches long and no thicker than a couple of millimetres. It seems likely it's a Nematomorpha or what is commonly called a horsehair worm or Gordian worm. It looks fairly harmless but the larval form of this worm leads a bizarre parasitic life