Mazes with a difference
While other maze books generally are uite straightforward, save for the art, John Talbot's "It's for you" contains detailed mazes, each with a twist. Combining elements such as only being able to navigate paths in one way while needinig to move objects around, logic problem's to solve and other dynamics, each maze takes on more of a puzzle format.
Puzzles are richly illustrated, starting with the appearance of a strange box on the first page, and make an otherwise plain maze book a fascinating and longer-lasting book for readers.
You hear your doorbell ring and are surprised to find a mysterious package. But is it really just a brown-paper parcel? What's wrapped up inside?