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The much anticipated follow-up to the award-winning Can You Find It? In Can You Find It, Too? children approach art as detectives, browsing through 20 beautifully reproduced paintings in search of more than 150 details that are fun to find. With works from renowned institutions including The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and featuring art by renowned artists from all over the world, the search is on--for a musical horse, a nest of baby birds, even an artist's signature in worms!
It's time to decorate the tree for Christmas--but Grandad can't find any of his ornaments! The hunt for the missing decorations takes the children up and down in Grandad's bric-a-brac-filled house, then out into a winter wonderland. And when every ornament is on the tree at last, Grandad has a wonderful holiday surprise in store.
Gigi the giraffe and Zachary the zebra are off on another adventure! This time they're on the hunt for the perfect job. Wherever they go, they find lots of interesting occupations, and each page of their colorful job is a search-and-find game!
Once Upon a Time . . .A princess laughed, A princess sang, Another made a trade.One told stories, One was kind, Another refused to wed.One cast spells, One was cursed, Another silently sewed every day. And one tossed golden apples away . . .Ten beloved princess stories are ingeniously told and gorgeously illustrated--with hidden pictures for readers to find--by author Grace Maccarone and artist Gail de Marcken. These tales set around the world will delight readers, happily ever after.
Follow Mitzi the spotted dog through all four seasons of the year as she explores the towns, farms and countryside of America, vividly brought to life by folk artist Jane Wooster Scott. Along with Mitzi there are plenty of other objects to uncover, whether it is candy canes in winter, sailboats in spring, sand castles in summer, or pumpkins in fall.