M. is for Mirror Find the Hidden Pictures by Duncan Birmingham

M. is for Mirror Find the Hidden Pictures

Written by Duncan Birmingham
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M. is for Mirror Find the Hidden Pictures by Duncan Birmingham

An alphabet book with charming surprises is the best way to describe this collection of cunning pictures. Each contains special hidden images which are only revealed by using the card mirror provided. Find just the right place to put the mirror and the mad pianist becomes an astronomer looking at the moon. An explorer in the dessert becomes the pyramids he is looking for and an octopus becomes a bunch of flowers. A card mirror with special strand is included. Perfect for new readers, and perfect for younger children to explore the visual while being read the puzzle they have to solve with the mirror.

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Mixed media product
Contains 1 Paperback and 1 Other merchandise
36 pages


Duncan Birmingham
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Tarquin Publications

Publication date

1st March 1988



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