Where's Emoji? Search & Find by Holly Brook-Piper


Where's Emoji? Search & Find by Holly Brook-Piper

Can you spot your favourite emojis? The emojis are jetting off around the world on the holiday of a lifetime. Can you search the busy pictures to find the emojis enjoying the sights at the Pyramids, New York City, the tulip fields of Holland and a penguin colony in Antarctica? This is a quirky search and find book featuring iconic emoticon characters. Targeted at kids aged 12+ through to adults, as a quirky activity book or a fun gift. The detailed, photographic illustrations are blended with emoticon characters, who are hidden throughout the busy scenes. Each spread features a different scene with a list of emoticon characters to search and find in the picture.

About the Author

Born and raised in Bath, Holly moved to Chichester to study English and Creative Writing, where she now lives with her husband and wallpaper-eating dog, Coco. From a young age Holly loved to write and draw – although her artistic skills are currently confined to painting and decorating, she continues to write every day. Her favourite poet is Carol Ann Duffy and The Velveteen Rabbit is her most loved childhood book.

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48 pages


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Publication date

1st January 2016



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