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With everyone spending more time indoors and stress levels heightened, simple activities like colouring in or brain teasers can provide an absorbing distraction.
All of which means we're ecstatic to discover this super-creative activity book celebrating one of our all-time favourite humans, David Attenborough.
A Celebration of David Attenborough: The Activity Book by Nathan Joyce is available in paperback edition from Wordery for just £5.06 and frankly, it's the gift that keeps on giving.
Packed with games, trivia and activities, the book is a must-buy for any fan of TV's ultimate naturalist.
There's a streak of silliness running through the activities, which we love.
Inside, you'll find games that test your animal knowledge like 'Spot The Fake Species' or 'Guess The Animal', which hooks of David's inimitable descriptions.
But rest assured, there games with an adult twist too.
Indulge in a spot of 'Attenbingo', or uncork the vino for a David Attenborough drinking game (personally, we'll be playing these with pals via the House Party app).
In these testing times, you can also seek reassurance by turning to the 'What Would Attenborough Do?' self-help guide. It's a question we ask ourselves daily, tbh.
Or, if you're more design-minded, you can come up with a new animal print design for David's patented blue shirt in 'Patternborough'. Genius!
In the trivia section, readers can trawl through every detail they've ever wanted to know about the great man, from mind-bending facts to memorable quotes.
We can't think of a better way to spend an evening in isolation.
In testing times, we all need more reassurance in our lives, and Attenborough provides exactly like that.
Heck, the man was even voted the nation's dream Prime Minister back in January of this year, pipping voice of the Harry Potter audio books Stephen Fry to the post.
And really, who can question the public's choice? This is a man we've seen lead climate debates, summit mountains, track shrinking glaciers and - in what surely counts among the most emotional TV scenes of all time - talk to a blind baby rhino.
Attenborough, we salute you. Now, who's up for a spot of Attenbingo?