Young puzzle fans must find common objects hidden in unusual places. If they look hard enough, they'll find a happy face in a desert environment populated by slithery snakes, a spoon and a mini-ladder in a beaver lodge, and a horseshoe and pencil in a backyard filled with squirrels. 13 colorable puzz... read more
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Young puzzle fans must find common objects hidden in unusual places. If they look hard enough, they'll find a happy face in a desert environment populated by slithery snakes, a spoon and a mini-ladder in a beaver lodge, and a horseshoe and pencil in a backyard filled with squirrels. 13 colorable puzzles with solutions.
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