Puzzle fans who love finding hidden objects in pictures will be delighted with this book. Twenty-four visual bafflers challenge keen-eyed observers to locate cowboy hats blown away on a windy day; identify summery items such as an ice cream cone, straw hat, and sunglasses lost in a snowbound landscap... read more
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Puzzle fans who love finding hidden objects in pictures will be delighted with this book. Twenty-four visual bafflers challenge keen-eyed observers to locate cowboy hats blown away on a windy day; identify summery items such as an ice cream cone, straw hat, and sunglasses lost in a snowbound landscape; find a teddy bear, book, robot, and other toys left by Santa; and pinpoint other objects positioned in out-of-the-ordinary places. Captions beneath each illustration contain clues indicating the number and kinds of articles hidden in the drawings — all cleverly designed and rendered to test the skills of older children as well as adults. Solutions are provided at the end of the book.
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Hidden Picture Challenge was printed on paper made with 50% post-consumer waste,
and the cover was printed on paper made with 10% post-consumer waste. According to Environmental
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we achieved the following environmental benefits.
This book was printed in the United States of America.
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