Waldo Paper Chase & Poster Book Bundle

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Waldo Paper Chase & Poster Book Bundle

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Where's Waldo? The Incredible Paper Chase

Take a page from Waldo’s sketchbook — but first you’ll have to find it! In this new classic title, fans follow the wily guy through more astounding scenes, each containing a maddeningly hard-to-find piece of paper torn from his sketchpad. Add in an exciting parade, a confounding maze, the trickiest spot-the-difference challenge in history, and Martin Handford’s incomparable artwork, and you’ve got one extraordinary hands-on expedition.

Features:

  • Author: Martin Handford
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Age Range: 5 and up

Where's Waldo? The Spectacular Poster Book

Open this enormous portfolio and pull out eight full-color posters featuring the incredible art of Martin Handford—one scene from each of the seven classic WHERE'S WALDO books (selected by the artist), plus a character poster of Waldo and his friends. Search for Waldo, Woof, Wanda, Wizard Whitebeard, and Odlaw among dinosaurs and vampires, and in bandstands, space, the Wild West, a safari park, and a dazzling ballroom. Then follow the checklists to find a kazillion more things!

Features:

  • Author: Martin Handford
  • Format: Paperback
  • Age Range: 5 and up

Material: Book Bundle

Brand: Random House

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