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Where's Waldo? Paperback – April 10, 2007
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Copyright 1987 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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he was asked to create a book showcasing his singular talent, and the character Waldo was born. "I can’t tell you how pleased I am that Waldo has taken on a life of his own," says the man behind the Waldo books. "I’d like to inspire children - to open their minds, to explore more subjects, and to just be aware of what’s going on around them. I’d like them to see wonder in places that might not have occurred to them."
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1) Waldo sets out from his home. Difficulty 3/10
2) On to the beach. Difficulty 5/10
3) Waldo hits the slopes. 5/10
4) Waldo takes a dip in the river. Difficulty 3/10
5) Time to board the train. Difficulty 5/10
6) Don't miss the plane. Difficulty 4/10
7) Lets play a game. Difficulty 3/10
8) Lets make history. Difficulty 4/10
9) Smell that ocean breeze. Difficulty 2/10
10) The zoo is for animals. Difficulty 1/10
11) Need a new outfit? Difficulty 3/10
12) Wanna go for a ride? Difficulty 3/10
One of the easiest Waldo's ever. A lot of open spaces and Waldo doesn't hide like in other books he's just out in the open standing in the same pose throughout the book. Good artwork and settings, just not very tough.
My mom got me the first Waldo book when it first came out in 1987. She saw how much I enjoyed the book, and that I was really pouring over the pages looking for the elusive traveler, and his items in each scene, that she bought the second Where's Waldo book "Where's Waldo Now" the following year. I loved that book right away, too!
The differences between the first and second edition of Where's Waldo is somewhat numerous. First off Waldo's appearance is better drawn than he was on and in the first edition, his position has changed in each scene, new characters have been added, some of the words and things to search for have been cut-out or altered. It took me awhile to get use to the changes, but after awhile I have grown to love the updated second edition of Where's Waldo book, just as much as the first edition.
The first scene you have to spot Waldo and the newly added characters and items in is "In Town" where you find a "Happy Barber"(in the first edition he is called a "Keen Barber.") who is cutting men's heads bald,a man with goggles and a snorkel on a fountain, a man coming out of a man-hole, a waiter who isn't paying attention and so much more. From there you go to the beach which has an overdressed man wearing a winter time outfit, a cowboy, a human being stepped on, a boy who isn't allowed any ice-cream and so much more. There are several more places that Waldo explores, so go ahead and purchase this and see if you can find him there. This book and all the rest of the Waldo books will keep you hooked and looking for him hours on end. You will become a Waldo fanatic like I have been these pass twenty-three years.
was on the right) the contents are a bit different with other characters to look for...but in a paperback format which was published in 2007
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Bought this for my 5 year old who is into I Spy lately. He's completely obsessed with finding Waldo and every tiny little item in each scene. Read morePublished 1 month ago by rccalyn
Kids love this book. Always something new to find hidden in the pages.Published 1 month ago by Quinn Stevens
A sweet reminder of a children's classic for adults and challenging image search for kids! We bought this for our son and are excited to search for Waldo with him!Published 3 months ago by J