Do you like challenges? Then you'll certainly love this little puzzle book. Twenty-seven sets of brain teasers ask you to identify the differences between similar pictures, among them two pictures of a dog and his friend, and backyard scenes of fluttering butterflies. For added fun, you can color eac... read more
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Do you like challenges? Then you'll certainly love this little puzzle book. Twenty-seven sets of brain teasers ask you to identify the differences between similar pictures, among them two pictures of a dog and his friend, and backyard scenes of fluttering butterflies. For added fun, you can color each picture when you've solved the puzzles.
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What's Different? was printed on paper made with 30% post-consumer waste,
and the cover was printed on paper made with 10% post-consumer waste. According to Environmental
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