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Where's Wally? Double Trouble at the Museum: The Ultimate Spot-the-Difference Book!: Over 500 Differences to Spot!

Where's Wally? Double Trouble at the Museum: The Ultimate Spot-the-Difference Book!: Over 500 Differences to Spot! (Hardback)

Illustrated by Handford, Martin

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The ultimate search-and-find book with a twist! Join Wally for a fun day at the museum. Search for Wally and his friends amongst the amazing artefacts and exciting exhibitions. And that's not all: this book contains over 500 challenging differences to spot! A totally essential te... read full description below.

ISBN 9781406380590
Barcode 9781406380590
Published 1 October 2019 by Walker Books
Format Hardback
Series Where's Wally?
In stock at publisher; ships 6-12 working days

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ISBN-13 9781406380590
ISBN-10 1406380598
Stock Available
Status In stock at publisher; ships 6-12 working days
Publisher Walker Books
Imprint Walker Books Ltd
Publication Date 1 October 2019
International Publication Date 5 September 2019
Publication Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
Format Hardback
Author(s) Illustrated by Handford, Martin
Series Where's Wally?
Category Information Resources & Places Of Interest
Quizzes & Games and Hobbies
Big Books Picture books
General Picture Books
Character Books
Interactive & Novelty Books
Number of Pages 32
Dimensions Width: 308mm
Height: 298mm
Spine: 10mm
Weight 565g
Interest Age 5-8 years
Reading Age 5-8 years
Library of Congress Picture puzzles - Juvenile literature
NBS Text Novelty & Activity Books
ONIX Text Children/juvenile
Dewey Code 793.73
Catalogue Code 1002586

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Awards, Reviews & Star Ratings

NZ Review A mind-boggling bumper spot the difference book... * The Bookseller, Children's Previews *
UK Review Bertrams Star Rating: 4 stars (out of 5)

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Author's Bio

Martin Handford spent much of his childhood drawing and his earliest influences were cinema epics and playing with toy soldiers. After art college, he began working as a freelance illustrator specialising in drawing crowd scenes for numerous clients. Martin now gathers his inspiration from a huge variety of sources; films, visiting museums and art galleries, reading comics and books, and collecting ephemera and trivia. He is fascinated by crowds, and is attracted to their vibes, patterns and details - especially humour; I love their movement and energy. Gradually, from all this meticulous research, the inspiration for a picture emerges, which Martin embellishes with his own ideas to create astonishing scenes. Each picture takes Martin many months to draw. As I work my way through a picture, I add Wally when I come to what I feel is a good place to hide him, he explains.

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