This entertaining collection invites sharp-eyed young sleuths to ferret out a host of hidden objects, letters, numbers, and words in 48 seemingly normal illustrations. Look a little closer and you'll find all sorts of things tucked away where they don't belong: a coffee cup in a ten-gallon hat, a ten... read more
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This entertaining collection invites sharp-eyed young sleuths to ferret out a host of hidden objects, letters, numbers, and words in 48 seemingly normal illustrations. Look a little closer and you'll find all sorts of things tucked away where they don't belong: a coffee cup in a ten-gallon hat, a tennis racket in headlights, and more.
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