Where's Wally?: The Phenomenal Postcard Book Two

Where's Wally?: The Phenomenal Postcard Book Two

Book rating: 04 Postcard book or pack

By (author) Martin Handford

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  • Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
  • Format: Postcard book or pack | 64 pages
  • Dimensions: 122mm x 154mm x 20mm | 240g
  • Publication date: 1 March 2012
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1406340006
  • ISBN 13: 9781406340006
  • Sales rank: 16,320

Product description

This is the return of a fabulous format in the "Where's Wally?" series. Following the popularity of the "Where's Wally? Phenomenal Postcard Book", this second postcard book promises 30 extraordinary scenes in which to search for Wally and his friends. A new selection from each of the seven classic titles, these postcards provide a sending opportunity for all occasions. Send them to other Wally-Watchers or keep the postcards for yourself! Either way, join the search! 2012 marks the 25th anniversary of "Where's Wally?" "The Where's Wally?" series has sold 50 million copies worldwide in 30 languages. Wally has reached celebrity status! He has appeared in the American TV shows "Frasier", "The Simpsons and Friends"; on the 1000th anniversary cover of "Rolling Stone" magazine as a cultural icon of the last 40 years; and, on Google Earth.

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Customer reviews

By Chappie 16 Dec 2013 5

I think this book has some really creative postcards in it, and even some character postcards in the back. Quality is excellent as always, images clear and vibrant.

By Indah 04 Oct 2012 3

while i'm giving "Where's Wally" postcard book 1 a 5 star, for this 2nd book i only give 3, not because the poor quality but because the images itself ain't as marvellous as the ones in the first book :D

if you turn the page and take a look one by one of the card, you might see what i mean, these cards are less "crowded" than the first ones, which make us much easier to spot where Wally is :p

as for the quality of the print itself are still wonderful, thick card, bright and clear images and clean spacious to write at the back ;)