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Where's Wally? Double Trouble at the Museum

Martin Handford Martin Handford

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Walker Books
01 June 2022
Series: Where's Wally?
This popular museum adventure is now published in paperback! A fantastic collection of favourite Wally scenes challenging readers to spot over 500 differences, ranging from tricky to fiendish to diabolical! Join Wally for a day at the museum! Ogle at artefacts and gawp at galleries as you search for Wally and his friends. And that's not all: this brilliant book contains double the trouble, with over 500 challenging differences to spot! This is the ultimate test for eagle-eyed Wally-Watchers to experience the world of Wally in a whole new way!
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Illustrated by:   Martin Handford
Imprint:   Walker Books
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 289mm,  Width: 300mm,  Spine: 4mm
Weight:   280g
ISBN:   9781529502527
ISBN 10:   1529502527
Series:   Where's Wally?
Pages:   32
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Recommended Age:   From 5 to 12 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Martin Handford spent much of his childhood drawing and his earliest influences were cinema epics and playing with toy soldiers. After art college, he began working as a freelance illustrator specialising in drawing crowd scenes for numerous clients. Martin now gathers his inspiration from a huge variety of sources; films, visiting museums and art galleries, reading comics and books, and collecting ephemera and trivia. He is fascinated by crowds, and is attracted to their vibes, patterns and details - especially humour; I love their movement and energy. Gradually, from all this meticulous research, the inspiration for a picture emerges, which Martin embellishes with his own ideas to create astonishing scenes. Each picture takes Martin many months to draw. As I work my way through a picture, I add Wally when I come to what I feel is a good place to hide him, he explains.

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