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Where's Wally Now? Paperback – 4 Jun 2007
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This classic activity book never ceases to bore - every time you look there's even more! Junior Education Addictive and highly entertaining, Where's Wally contains pages of busy scenes with the uniquely dressed Wally hidden in each one. Spending time with your child as you try to find the elusive Wally is a great way to develop observation skills, memory and concentration. Maternity & Infant This book is fun for anyone of any age. The classic "hunt the hidden character" illustrated books are excellent for engaging children. Brighton Argus/Newbury Weekly News Where's Wally? has been around, well forever, and he is still as popular today as he ever was. This is a pocket-sized version of the first book with a magnifying glass to help you find Wally, his friends and all the other items he's lost during his journey. Great for sitting around airports/on planes when size really matters. Essex Chronicle Where's Wally? has been a hit since it was first published, and the great news is that these books are now available in min-editions with a free magnifying glass! Where's Wally Now? will keep children (and adults) amused for hours as they try to find Wally, his friends, and other objects, and this mini-edition really is pocket-sized! Essex Chronicle
Now the second title in the classic Wally adventures gets the deluxe treatment! --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product description
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For me, the paper is no good. It's nice and thick, but it's too smooth with barely a tooth and I find my pencils have to be pressed reasonably hard to get colour down, leaving it looking very 'coloured in' in places. I like to layer colours no matter how small the thing I'm colouring and on this I can get a few down but it quickly gets a burnished shine on it and doesn't look great. I'm not enjoying it for that reason. My pencil has to be needle sharp to make it neat and I can afford to sharpen pencils away constantly because the paper isn't right.
Other people may prefer this paper of course. It's quick to get colour into it and fill it if you're pressing firmly and not layering them at all.
Edit: odd.y, this book has different paper on different pages. It's all white smooth, but the centre of the book, the garden page, is what I based my review on. Another page I started is much easier to lay down layers and colour. Strange. The pages are printed on in places with colour, so perhaps some are printed on different printer with different paper— I have no idea.
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Disappointed as the first few pages have been drawn on and circled 😠Published 1 month ago by Mrs D R Brown