New book announcement! "The Positively Unknown: A Kid's Guide to the Zymoglyphic Museum" is now available. Pick up a copy while you are visiting the museum! Suitable for kids of all ages, and inner children as well.
The author, Alex, provides us with her personal takes on the exhibits, interesting background information on specimens, and interactive puzzles for the reader. You can also use it as a coloring book!
You can view the book in its entirety here. The author will be available for a book signing at the museum Sunday, January 27th, from 11 AM to noon.
There is always a question as to whether the museum itself is "kid-friendly." From the FAQ:
Q: Is the museum kid-friendly?
A: The museum is ideal for someone such as a junior nerd with a burgeoning collection of rocks and skulls, looking for creative inspiration. It is not, however, a children's museum with pushbuttons or even a good place to while away some time with the kids. Exhibits are fragile and should not be touched, so small children would need watching. Ultimately we rely on parental/guardian judgment.