Giant Fun-to-Find Puzzles Busy Places by Clive Spong
  

Synopsis

Giant Fun-to-Find Puzzles Busy Places by Clive Spong

This book lets you search for pictures in eight exciting scenes. It is an exciting illustrated puzzle book in a large, fun format - great for use in show-and-tell. You can seek out a cement mixer in the middle of a jumbo traffic jam, a boy with a hot dog at a theme park, and Cuthbert the orange and black striped cat in every scene. Other settings include a farmyard and a train station. It concludes with a spot-the-difference game, and details to look out for again in the preceding pages. Are you ready to play the Fun to Find Busy Places Picture Puzzle Challenge? The eight busy scenes in this big book are packed with people, animals, objects and shapes to see and search for - from Cuthbert the cat who has crept into every picture, to a pink backpack at the airport and a pirate with an eye-patch in a fairground! Locations include a construction site, the docks and the heart of a bustling town. Readers are also challenged to search the scenes again, for elements such as a flying saucer, a lost sheep, and cut-out sections of pictures.

About the Author

Clive Spong is best known for illustrating The Railway Series books written by the Rev W Awdry and Christopher Awdry, which Spong has worked on since 1983. He has also contributed to children's history books and fairy-tale storybooks.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Clive Spong
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Publisher

Armadillo Books an imprint of Anness Publishing

Publication date

24th December 2014

ISBN

9781861474612


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