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The Everything Kids' Hidden Pictures Book: Hours Of Challenging Fun!
     

The Everything Kids' Hidden Pictures Book: Hours Of Challenging Fun!

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by Beth L Blair
 

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It's out of sight!

For all you supersleuths out there, it's time to sharpen your searching skills and gear up for some serious fun! The Everything Kids' Hidden Pictures Book has tons of puzzles that take you from the beach to the classroom and all over town in search of out-of-the-way objects hidden from plain view. Grab a pencil and start exploring

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The Everything Kids' Hidden Pictures Book: Hours Of Challenging Fun! 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My son loves the Hightlights picture puzzles so I thought that he would enjoy this book. He is in the first grade and he said that he wished it had was a picture list of the items to search for so he can cross them off as he looks.
Wendy Koster More than 1 year ago
whst good is a free sample if all you can 'view' is all the beginning credits and not any pges of the actual book contents?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Booo
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Awsome!!!
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These books (2 in series) are just abunch of little sketches and drawings with items hidden. I was expecting a lot more color and variety. And the sample is just useless title page, etc. So there was no way to know what the book contained. I really didnt like it, particularly the Nook version, since the drawings were too small and not expandable.
Debra Bowman More than 1 year ago
not for young children