I have received a free e-copy of the book “Bigfoot Trails Pacific Northwest” by S A Jeffers for son1 to review. S.A. Jeffers is the name for husband and wife children’s book authors, Sara and Adam Jeffers. You can find out more about the authors on their website.
Son1 was really looking forward to doing this review as the very first book that he reviewed on my blog back in 2013 was The Bigfoot Escape. We both have fond memories of Bigfoot.
Here is the book blurb.
Bigfoot Trails: Pacific Northwest is a children’s reading and activity book. Play hide and seek with the reigning champion and experience the thrill of locating the mysterious Bigfoot! Visit the captivating landscapes of the Pacific Northwest habitat, where the search is on for the elusive creature. Through each of this interactive story’s pages, the reader is tasked with finding Bigfoot, where he is cleverly hidden. Both child and adult are sure to feel the magic and excitement of a legend as old as time!
This is a beautifully illustrated book where you have to search the 10 double-spread pages carefully to spot Bigfoot. There is a rhyme on each page to help you, but he is incredibly well hidden. I had a look too, along with son1 as a team effort. And when you get to the end, there is a list of other clues to find such as footprints and knocked over trees, so back you go again for a second time. I have to say we still haven’t found Bigfoot on every page, let alone all the other clues. Loads and loads of fun, time after time. We were looking at the book on the computer, but I have to say that I think that it would be even better in paperback.
Here is son1’s video review, in which he makes a comparison with Where’s Wally books.
Bigfoot Trails Pacific Northwest is available on Amazon, currently priced at £2.67 in Kindle format or £8.27 in paperback. Son1 loved this book and I am pleased to say that it is the first in the “Bigfoot Trails” series, so watch out for more to come.
And you can see the book trailer here.
So do you believe in Bigfoot or the Yeti?
I’m not sure why but we did experience some technical difficulties with this e-book. On both iPad and iPhone, it would only display the front cover. The rest of the pages were blank. I haven’t encountered this issue before. However luckily we were able to download it successfully onto my computer and read it there.
Disclosure. This post is a review of an e-book I was sent for free. All opinions are my own.