Dot-to-Dot: Famous Landmarks Join the Dots to Reveal the World's Most Fascinating Places by Glyn Bridgewater
  

Dot-to-Dot: Famous Landmarks Join the Dots to Reveal the World's Most Fascinating Places

Written by Glyn Bridgewater
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Dot-to-Dot: Famous Landmarks Join the Dots to Reveal the World's Most Fascinating Places by Glyn Bridgewater

Dot-to-dot puzzles have long been a popular activity for young and old alike, with the opportunity to while away the hours uncovering hidden buildings and world-renowned landmarks. This fabulous new book takes simple join-the-dot art to the next level with 40 puzzles of famous places to complete. Intricate, challenging and rewarding to finish, the puzzles range from 300 to 1009 dots and will have you transfixed as you progress from dot to dot trying to see which landmark you have drawn. All you need is a fine-tipped pen to get started!

About the Author

Glyn Bridgewater studied at Yeovil College of Art and Design, Loughborough College and the Royal College of Art. He is a freelance designer and art director and is the co-author of Puzzles & Jigsaws.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Glyn Bridgewater
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Publication date

30th April 2016

ISBN

9781780194943


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