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Where's Bin Laden?: and many others.... Hardcover – October 1, 2006
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After looking through his copy, my husband and I thought of a couple people who would love this. I came directly on Amazon and bought a copy. I got the CIA version cause it was cheaper, but it was cheaper because it was much smaller than the other. If you can find the regular version, definitely buy it instead of the CIA version. It is worth the couple extra dollars.
Obviously extremist patriotic Americans with no sense of humour will not get the joke that is the concept of Where's Bin Laden but everyone else including most other Americans will have at least a smile on their faces when they first see this book. It is pretty much the same thing visually as the Where's Wally books if you just want it for the find an image amongst a lot large more complicated visual image, so if you were going to get one of those books but want a laugh as well I'd get this instead.
Each of the cities portrayed has a small blurb on why they are now terrorist targets such as Sydney because Australia supported the USA in invading Iraq so obviously the author has certain views that you may or may not agree with, but you can just ignore those text boxes and enjoy the book purely for its visual humour anyway.
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Someone donated a copy of this book to the troops here in Iraq, and several soldiers were passing it around when I discovered it and liked it so much, that I ordered a copy of my own!
It provided me with plenty of entertainment while waiting in airports/at airbases on my way to and from the U.S.A. for my mid-tour leave, and I still haven't looked for Bin Baby in all of the scenes!
First off, I have to tell you first that my boyfriend's last name is Waldo (yes and it has haunted him for his entire life). With that being said, one day during lunch my colleagues and I were talking about one of their recent visits to the eye doctor where he read "the most politically incorrect book of his life"....the where's bin laden book! Of course, seconds within hearing about this spin on where's waldo I was on amazon buying it for under $10 (winning). It arrived in the mail super quickly, and the commentary throughout the book is HILARIOUS. The boyfriend also liked it a lot and ignored me for a full 10 minutes looking for bin laden when I first gifted it to him.
So if you have a good sense of humor, and you have a boyfriend who's last name is Waldo...I highly recommend this book!
The illustrations are the book's saving grace. Much like "Where's Wally?", the illustrations depict a crowded city, with tiny people and happenings. In fact, the graphics are so tiny that you need a magnifying glass to search through the entire layout. Luckily, a small magnifying glass is provided with the book.
Notwithstanding the good graphics, the text is awful and not funny at all. The author's lame attempt at humour is cringeworthy and over-done and the book would have been better had the text been written by a true comic writer.
This book probably is a good gift book to be purchased for fun, but you will forget about it after you've finished trying to find "Bin Baby".
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A fun book but you really have to work hard to find bin Laden. But I guess that's the whole idea.Published 13 months ago by James D. Crabtree
The book is hilarious! It arrived in excellent condition, although, it took a really long time to arrive! Read morePublished on November 20, 2012 by Melissa Stewart
None of these pictures have a bullet in his head and I'm fairly certain he isn't in there. Check the compound.Published on May 2, 2011 by TheSavageSquid