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Hidden Pictures Favorites

Published August 1981 by Highlights for Children in Columbus, Ohio .
Written in English.

About the Book

Hidden Pictures have been a part of Highlights since the very first issue was printed in June of 1946. One of the artists who helped to establish Hidden Pictures as a Highlights hallmark and who contributed more Hidden Pictures over the years than any other was John Gee. This collection of Hidden Pictures seems a fitting tribute to this longtime friend and contributor. John Gee fans will also find in this book one of Gee's earliest contributions to Highlights, the delightful story "Farmer Whittle's Cow," and recognize the familiar faces of The Timbertoes in one of the Hidden Pictures selections.
In addition to the John Gee favorites, readers will also recognize many other favorite Highlights features within this book: Check and Double Check, What's Wrong?, and many others. In these features, as in all the material published by Highlights, the child is encouraged to reason, observe, classify, and concentrate, but all the child is aware of is the fun.
-The Editors

Edition Notes

Series
Highlights Hidden Pictures

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Number of pages
32
Dimensions
21,5x27,9 cm

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL11162290M
ISBN 10
0875342302
ISBN 13
9780875342306
OCLC/WorldCat
14177727

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April 28, 2010 Edited by Open Library Bot Linked existing covers to the work.
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