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Where's Wally in Hollywood: 10th Anniversary Special Edition (Where's Wally?) Paperback – 21 Aug 1997
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"Wonderful." The Observer" --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Martin Handford was runner-up for the Mother Goose Award for Where's Wally?, which went on to spawn a phenomenally successful series of books. These include the Wally adventures Where's Wally?; Where's Wally Now?; Where's Wally? 3 The Fantastic Journey; Where's Wally? In Hollywood (each also available in mini format); and, now, Where's Wally? The Wonder Book, as well as Where's Wally? The Ultimate Fun Book; Where's Wally? The Magnificent Poster Book; two sticker books, six activity books and mountains of merchandise. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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The magnitude of detail and colour on each page is nothing short of breathtaking. Artist of the Where’s Wally? series, Martin Handford, is clearly exceptionally talented and the book managed to entertain (and infuriate) me for long periods of time. It’s also a book to revisit, as in time you find yourself inevitably forgetting where the key objects in each scene lie, and so begin hunting for Wally and his friends all over again.
My favourite Hollywood set from the book would have to be ‘The Wild, Wild West,’ even though the vivid colours also make it one of the most difficult to spot Wally in. In typical old-west style, the page is scattered with saloons, cowboys, and an amusing – though unusual – buffalo ‘stampede,’ the stampede being a set of buffalo featured on postage stamps coursing through the scene. The most difficult scene of all has to be the final one – ‘The Where’s Wally? Musical,’ in which hundreds of Wallys, Wendys, Wizards and Odlaws dance in time with the music, and it is up to the reader to spot the real characters from the impostors! It’s a great book, and if you enjoy it as much as I did, other books in the Wally series include ‘Where’s Wally Now?’ and ‘Where’s Wally? The Fantastic Journey.’ Treat yourself.
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