Kids Nf Search and Find
A Prehistoric Counting Book
The hunt is on for young paleontologists as they track down and count hundreds of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures on these colorful pages
Welcome, young paleontologists, to this fun puzzle book featuring your favorite creatures How many dinosaurs await you inside? No one knows--but if you use your powers of observation, and practice your addition, you will discover the answer. Search these richly detailed illustrations, filled with animals from the prehistoric age, count them carefully, and write down the results in the designated area in the margins. Plus, you have a special mission: help Mom and Dad Dinosaur find their missing eggs. There's one hidden on every page, and it's up to you to retrieve them all. All the answers are in the back of the book. If your numbers match the solutions, congratulations If not, you can try again.
Artist Joan Steiner has created a striking three-dimensional world with everything from acorns and broccoli to yardsticks and zippers. Sit down in the Sweet Shop on a chair built of pretzels and crackers or stroll through the park, where pennies are cobblestones and a shoehorn becomes a slide. With more than 1,000 lookalikes to find, this book is sure to have puzzlers of all ages poring over its pages for hours on end.
Where's Waldo Now?
Where's Waldo? Enjoying a refreshed cover plus two new pages of games and searches
Waldo and his friends Wenda, Woof, Wizard Whitebeard, and Odlaw are cropping up in scenes throughout history, appearing alongside cavemen, gladiators, gold miners, and more. Waldo even gets lost in the future
Where's Waldo? the Wonder Book
When books come alive A classic Waldo adventure enjoys a refreshed cover -- plus two new pages of searches.
Where is Waldo off to now? Into a world of dreams and fantasies, of swarming scenes that could be invented only by the inspired mind of Martin Handford. Wilder and wackier than ever before, Waldo's adventures span a crazy cake factory, the Land of Woof (imagine one thousand Woofs ), an endless maze of halls and doors (can you find the keys that match the keyholes?), a riotous fun fair of fruits and vegetables, and much more
Where's the Llama?
An Around-The-World Adventure
Move over unicorns, llamas are taking over the top spot in this Where's Waldo-style activity book that is around-the-world fun for the entire family.
Word has reached the Andes that llamas are about to become the next big animal sensation. This intrigued and intrepid herd has decided to 'alpaca' their bags and embark on an incredible around-the-world adventure to meet their adoring fans in this seek-and-find activity book.
Can you find these elusive llamas as they travel the globe? From an extravagant Mexican carnival and a magical Indian palace to an enchanting Russian ice festival and a hip street market, there are seventeen intricately illustrated scenes to search, and ten terrific llamas to spot in every location. Get ready for a whole llotta drama
Can You Find It Inside?
A seek-and-find book that invites youngsters to look at art in a special way: very closely Whether it is a restaurant by Edward Hopper, a breakfast table by Fairfield Porter, or a game of keep- away by Seymour Joseph Guy, each full colour painting invites young children to explore works of art depicting indoor scenes. Ages 3-6.
I Spy Spooky Night
A Book of Picture Riddles
School & Library
The New York Times bestseller I Spy Spooky Night is back with a brand-new design and trim size. Get ready to I Spy in a haunted house with lots of creepy riddles to solve
Kids of all ages will enjoy a fun and spooky exploration as a trickster skeleton beckons readers from room to room to I Spy for mice, spiders, candles, bats, jack-o'-lanterns, bones, and so much more From its rickety gate to its cobwebbed attic, this haunted house contains 13 spooky and spectacular photographs. There is a spooky graveyard, a mysterious laboratory, a garden of ghoulies -- each page has rhyming puzzles with eerie objects to find.It's time to join the millions of fans who have enjoyed I Spy for over 20 years. And get ready to solve even more riddles with a brand-new brain twister riddle section at the back of the book. It's been 13 years since I Spy Spooky Night
was originally published. Are you ready to start your chilling search?
Readers are asked to find over two thousand items within the pictures.
Where's Waldo? Spooky Spotlight Search
School & Library
It's pitch dark on the way to Odlaw's haunted castle -- but Waldo-seekers have a cool wand to light the way in a book perfect for the spooky season.
Somewhere in the darkness, Waldo is venturing across a swamp toward a looming castle, sneaking down to the dungeon and through a creepy gallery to . . . Hey We didn't see that
twist coming In Waldo's second adventure featuring this innovative, all-paper design, readers can slide a spotlight searcher under a series of totally dark scenes, illuminating small sections and stealthily moving the light to seek out Waldo and his friends. Everyone's favorite vagabond is in costume as himself in this Halloween-worthy challenge for eagle-eyed fans.
I Spy with My Little Eye Minnesota
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From the author of V is for Viking: A Minnesota Alphabet and North Star Numbers: A Minnesota Number Book comes yet another reason to enjoy learning about this north woods state. Kathy-jo Wargin's poetic puzzles are perfectly paired with dual photos of Minnesota scenery and landmarks. Taken by Great Lakes photographer Ed Wargin, one in each pair of photos has undergone a slight change. Can you spot the difference? This visual treat is a charming way to acquaint beginning readers with the great state of Minnesota and its wonders.In addition to penning the first book in this new series, I Spy with My Little Eye Minnesota, Kathy-jo Wargin's other books celebrating the Great Lakes region include the 2001 IRA Children's Choice Award winner The Legend of the Loon and The Edmund Fitzgerald: Song of the Bell. Ed Wargin has been a working artist for nearly twenty years, having started his successful career in commercial advertising photography. Ed's work has been published in numerous magazines and publications throughout the world. He and Kathy-jo, along with their son, Jake, live in Petoskey, Michigan.