Children who love to color and who delight in solving puzzles will find this book a double treat. Anna Pomaska's charmingly drawn, imaginative scenes, peopled by elves, fairies, and other magical and ordinary creatures, have the added attraction of hidden objects ? animals, numbers, letters, and other items ? cleverly worked into the designs. Thirty-one pictures include all kinds of objects to hunt for while coloring: fish, birds, mice, rabbits, airplanes, flags, umbrellas, ice cream cones, laughing faces, mermaids, ghosts, and more. Captions for each picture provide story lines and indicate the numbers and kinds of items to locate. Solutions are provided in the back of the book.
Locate such unlikely objects as carrots, a sea horse, party cap, and more in a charming scene of playful puppies; find a teddy bear, clothespin, spool of thread in a peaceful scene featuring a lion and its mate. Loads of brain-teasing diversions for older children and fun-loving adults in 24 pages of cleverly hidden items-all identified in a caption beneath each charmingly rendered picture.
Werewolves, vampires, ghosts, zombies, and other creatures of the night haunt this giant-sized collection of spinetingling activities. You can escape the clutches of vampires as you run through mazes, color scenes from the chilling Frankenstein story, shop for ghoulish goodies in a Monster Mall, and much more. Plus, there are even easy-to-follow recipes for fun and spooky foods.
Illustrator Anna Pomaska's FAIRY TALE HIDDEN PICTURE COLORING BOOK offers a triple treat for children--a collection of favorite fairy tales, a puzzle book, and a coloring book--all in one. A delightful drawing accompanies each story and hidden in each drawing are objects from the story for young readers to find, while they color the picture.
This inventive activity book adds fun new images and games to the classic rags-to-riches adventure. Eighteen puzzles include mazes, hidden pictures, and cryptograms, plus cute illustrations for coloring. Solutions.
A rich assortment of visual mind-bogglers, including "impossible objects" — constructions that look fine on paper but can't possibly exist in reality — as well as pulsating patterns, vanishing spots, pictures that suddenly change into other configurations as you're looking at them, and much more. 60 black-and-white illustrations.