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Book Review: 100 People Is The Follow Up To Where’s Wally

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Franki Hobson

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Apr 20, 2020

Teaching your little one to count to 100 can be, well, time consuming, especially if you get distracted at number 86 and have to start again.

Now there’s a fun way to teach children that is as visually interesting and creative as it is educational.

100 People is the follow-up to hit look-and-find books 100 Things and Dinosaurs Galore by Japanese author and illustrator Masayuki Sebe.

Think ‘Where’s Wally‘ style, where your children can play find the pirates, kings and more – all 100 of them! – and learn to count at the same time.

Hidden within the lavishly designed illustrations are smaller stories and jokes – something new to discover each time you read it. 100 People, $24.95, www.geckopress.co.nz

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

By Franki Hobson

Writer

Franki Hobson has worn many hats during her many years as a women's lifestyle journalist and editor. Her launching pad was COSMOPOLITAN magazine, where she moved from News & Entertainment Editor to Features Director, covering everything from the legalisation of the Morning After Pill to Gwen Stefani, fashion, beauty, sex, health, fitness, entertainment and relationships. Franki Hobson is a contributing lifestyle writer for The Carousel.

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