Hidden Picture Puzzles At The Zoo – Activity Book Showcase

Hidden Picture Puzzles At The Zoo – Activity Book Showcase

I received a copy of Hidden Picture Puzzles At The Zoo” ($9.99 value) in exchange for this post. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own.

As a child, I remember the best part of going to the dentist was being able to look at the magazine Highlights and search for the hidden picture puzzles.  Back then, it was a big deal once or twice a year to look at this magazine and find the hidden picture puzzles and dream about someday having the ability to purchase that magazine.  Fast forward MANY years ago to today and here I am looking at these interesting hidden pictures once again in awe.

Hidden Picture Puzzles At The Zoo will entertain for hours on end. This book is geared for ages 5-9 (grades 3-4), but I find the puzzles challenging myself.  The hidden items can be colored or circled when found.  There are 50 seek-and-find puzzles in this book and over 1,000 hidden animals and objects.  On each page, there are tons of zoo animal facts to absorb and learn.  Quite a teaching tool for all.

If you’re stumped, there also is an answer key in the back for assistance.   

Hidden Picture Puzzles At The Zoo can be purchased at Amazon or anywhere children’s books are sold.  Great activity book for the car during travel time or waiting time at an appointment or office.  Get your copy today for your youngsters.  Great gift idea too!

About the Author

Liz Ball is the author/illustrator of the popular Hidden Treasures, hidden picture puzzle books.  Her puzzles are also syndicated in over 200 newspapers, magazines, and publications throughout the United States and internationally.  Liz is a frequent speaker at schools, libraries, and writer conferences where she delights audiences with her sketches.

Liz works in a vine-covered cottage where one large dog and a big, fluffy cat keep her company while she draws.  When not bent over a drawing board, Liz enjoys tending her flower gardens and making pottery.  She enjoys the abundance of birds and nature surrounding the 1855 house where she and her husband have lived for forty-plus years.

Visit Liz online at www.hiddenpicturepuzzles.com!

 

 

 

Cynthia Tait

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