I would love to add more to this list... if you have any neat books please suggest them to me in the comments!
1. S by JJ Abrams this book is so neat. You read the main story line, and in the margins is a whole different story line between two people reading the book. There are also inserts in the book to help your experience be even better.
2. Dragonology -The Ology books are fun. The first one Dragonology I love. You learn all about dragons by feeling their scales, wings and even feel their skin. It's very creative!
3. The 39 Clue Series- This book series is one I picked up because each book in the series is written by a different author. I thought this was really a neat idea. So each author picks up the story line where the last author left off.
4. Tales of Beetle the Bard by JK Rowling Special Edition. This set is pretty amazing. I remember when we first ordered it I didn't want to spend the money but it was really in a nice set. I looked it up tonight and it is now going for $400!! WOW!
5. The Composer is Dead by Lemony Snicket. This is a neat book. You join the Inspector as he interrogates all the unusual suspects. While reading you listen to the accompanying audio recording featuring Lemony Snicket and the music of Nathaniel Stookey performed by the San Francisco Symphony. Hear for yourself exactly what took place on that fateful, well-orchestrated evening. Really a unique experience.
6. Of course how could I leave out Choose Your Own Adventure books. I always think these are a neat experience. You can find them in pretty much any theme.
7. Where's Waldo. I love these books. I have since I was a little girl. I find them unique to other books (though years later Eye Spy came out.. just not the same). I love to spend hours staring at the images and seeing what I can find in the pictures!
8. Star Wars A Pop-up Guide the Galaxy. I love pop-up books sooooo much. The one that got me interested in them again was this one. I love that there are even lightsabers that glow in the book. Pop-ups are a really unique way to get more out of a book.
|Lightsabers light up!|
9. The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown illustrated version is pretty amazing. I really enjoyed reading both this and Angel's and Demons illustrated versions. Since there are so many art pieces and historical places mentioned it's nice to actually see what they look like.
|Inside of DaVinci Code|
Can't wait to see what unique books you have read.