What's Wrong with This Picture?

What's Wrong with This Picture?

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This delightful combination picture-and-puzzle book offers two kinds of fun for sharp-eyed youngsters handy with a crayon. The book contains a series of charming scenes, usually featuring children — at the beach, on a farm, enjoying the zoo, at a picnic, and in other fun-filled situations. In each scene, however, there are a number of things wrong — objects that do not belong where they are, people behaving oddly, and things happening that are impossible in real life. The caption beneath each picture tells how many things are wrong. Young sleuths are invited to use their detective skills to find as many of these "mistakes" as they can, before looking at the solutions.
When they're through detecting, or even while they're still looking for "things that don't belong," children can have fun coloring the pictures. The pictures can be colored to make the odd things easy to see, or to keep them hidden for other young detectives to find.
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Product details

  • 0-5
  • Paperback | 48 pages
  • 210 x 278 x 6mm | 200g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 81st edition
  • Illustrations, unspecified
  • 0486244857
  • 9780486244853
  • 176,877

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This delightful combination picture-and-puzzle book offers two kinds of fun for sharp-eyed youngsters handy with a crayon. The book contains a series of charming scenes, usually featuring children -- at the beach, on a farm, enjoying the zoo, at a picnic, and in other fun-filled situations. In each scene, however, there are a number of things wrong -- objects that do not belong where they are, people behaving oddly, and things happening that are impossible in real life. The caption beneath each picture tells how many things are wrong. Young sleuths are invited to use their detective skills to find as many of these "mistakes" as they can, before looking at the solutions.
When they're through detecting, or even while they're still looking for "things that don't belong," children can have fun coloring the pictures. The pictures can be colored to make the odd things easy to see, or to keep them hidden for other young detectives to find.
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