What Can You See? Hidden Picture Puzzles to Decode and Colour by Gemma Cooper
  

What Can You See? Hidden Picture Puzzles to Decode and Colour

Written by Gemma Cooper
Illustrated by Johanna Reynaud
Part of the Activity (Children's) Series

RRP £9.99

Synopsis

What Can You See? Hidden Picture Puzzles to Decode and Colour by Gemma Cooper

A surprise waits to be discovered on every page. A riddle to be solved and a hidden picture to be coloured in. Johanna Reynaud's intricate illustrations create a colouring puzzle challenge like no other full of hidden animal pictures to search, find and colour. Put your colouring skills to the test: decode and colour each of the 20 illustrations to discover the hidden pictures within.

About the Author

Johanna Reynaud, also known as Gribouilliz, is a Canadian doodle artist whose work mainly consists of creating big characters out of dozens of little ones. Doodles are very simple drawings, often made while doodler's attention is otherwise occupied. Doodles can be very abstract shapes or represent everyday objects that we see and are surrounded by everyday.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Gemma Cooper
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Publisher

Templar Publishing

Publication date

8th September 2016

ISBN

9781783706525


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