More Little Hidden Pictures

More Little Hidden Pictures Author Tony Tallarico
ISBN-10 9780486493374
Release 2013-12-18
Pages 62
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It's raining underneath the umbrella and there's a bird nesting in a drummer's hair! More than 20 big pictures depict wacky situations that are loaded with hidden items. Solutions.

Little Hidden Pictures

Little Hidden Pictures Author Tony Tallarico
ISBN-10 9780486465814
Release 2008-08
Pages 64
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Kids will have tons of fun as they explore 12 whimsical scenes filled with exciting-to-find hidden objects. Clues and answers provided. Each picture can be colored in, too!

Big Book of Hidden Pictures and More Ages 4 7

Big Book of Hidden Pictures and More   Ages 4   7 Author Rainbow Bridge Publishing
ISBN-10 9781620576908
Release 2012-09-01
Pages 256
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Each book in the Big Book series includes more than 200 fun and age-appropriate learning activities! --By completing the activity pages in these full-color workbooks, children build essential skills while improving hand-eye coordination and visual distinction abilities. The hidden pictures, mazes, dot-to-dots, and cut-and-paste activities are presented in a fun, innovative style that holds children's interest for hours! Familiar activity themes include pets, the farm, the zoo, and the circus. Each book has 256 pages and also includes 384 cool stickers!

Hidden Pictures Grades PK K

Hidden Pictures  Grades PK   K Author Linda Standke
ISBN-10 9781483822778
Release 2015-01-01
Pages 32
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Children will have a great time searching for objects hidden in Old and New Testament Bible story illustrations. Each page contains a question about the story and a Scripture reference where children can discover real hidden treasure in God's Word. An answer key is also included.

The Everything Kids More Hidden Pictures Book

The Everything Kids  More Hidden Pictures Book Author Beth L Blair
ISBN-10 9781440506154
Release 2010-09-18
Pages 144
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Where's the fun? It's in this book! Kids will love searching through 100 puzzles as they seek out pictures in hidden places such as: A dragon's lair A teacher's messy classroom A Mayan kingdom A Fourth of July parade A pumpkin patch And many, many more! Picking out pictures from a busy background helps kids identify shapes and objects while providing endless entertainment. In this brand-new book, seasoned puzzlemaker Beth L. Blair sends kids on a picture-finding adventure they'll never forget!

Hidden Pictures

Hidden Pictures Author Mike Artell
ISBN-10 0486281531
Release 1994
Pages 64
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Carrots, canoes, fishhooks, saws, golf clubs, and a host of other items lurk in the most unlikely places. Solutions included.

Hidden Picture Puzzle Coloring Book

Hidden Picture Puzzle Coloring Book Author Anna Pomaska
ISBN-10 0486239098
Release 1980
Pages 48
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Children who love to color and who delight in solving puzzles will find this book a double treat. Anna Pomaska's charmingly drawn, imaginative scenes, peopled by elves, fairies, and other magical and ordinary creatures, have the added attraction of hidden objects ? animals, numbers, letters, and other items ? cleverly worked into the designs. Thirty-one pictures include all kinds of objects to hunt for while coloring: fish, birds, mice, rabbits, airplanes, flags, umbrellas, ice cream cones, laughing faces, mermaids, ghosts, and more. Captions for each picture provide story lines and indicate the numbers and kinds of items to locate. Solutions are provided in the back of the book.

Fun Kid s Activity Book Find the Hidden Pictures

Fun Kid s Activity Book    Find the Hidden Pictures Author Jupiter Kids
ISBN-10 1683267265
Release 2017-02-15
Pages 48
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Can your little eye spy all the hidden pictures in the following pages? You will need more than your eyesight to complete this task. You also need patience, determination and the fine-ground perception skills. At first, it may take a few good minutes before you spot the answers but once you get the hang of it, you'll breeze through each p

Hidden Pictures Coloring and Puzzle Fun

Hidden Pictures Coloring and Puzzle Fun Author Anna Pomaska
ISBN-10 9780486450919
Release 2006-01
Pages 32
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Fish in trees? Carrots streaming out of a garden hose? It's true! You'll find all sorts of things where they're not supposed to be in this hidden picture book. Easy-to-read captions and drawings tell you what to look for in 26 puzzles. When you've found all the "lost" objects, you can have even more fun by coloring each picture.

iPhoto 09 The Missing Manual

iPhoto  09  The Missing Manual Author David Pogue
ISBN-10 9780596555757
Release 2009-04-23
Pages 384
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With iPhoto '09, Apple's popular photo organizer and editing program is better than ever. Unfortunately, intuitive as it may be, iPhoto still has the power to confuse anyone who uses it. That's why more people rely on our Missing Manual than any other iPhoto resource. Author and New York Times tech columnist David Pogue provides clear and objective guidance on every iPhoto feature, including new tools such as face recognition, place recognition based on GPS data, themed slideshows, online sharing, enhanced editing, and travel maps. You'll find step-by-step instructions, along with many undocumented tips and tricks. With iPhoto '09: The Missing Manual, you will: Get a course in picture-taking and digital cameras -- how to buy and use a digital camera, how to compose brilliant photos in various situations Import, organize, and file your photos -- and learn how to search and edit them Create slideshows, photo books, calendars, and greeting cards, and either make or order prints Share photos on websites or by email, and turn photos into screensavers or desktop pictures Learn to manage your Photo Libraries, use plug-ins, and get photos to and from camera phones There's much more in this comprehensive guide. Discover today why iPhoto '09: The Missing Manual is the top-selling iPhoto book.

Little Tot Hidden Pictures

Little Tot Hidden Pictures Author Becky Radtke
ISBN-10 0764700847
Release 1997-02-01
Pages 56
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We've updated our best-selling series to keep up with the trend of character education. Each book focuses on a specific Christian virtue -- respect, responsibility, honesty, courage, kindness, and faithfulness -- while teaching character by using the Bible and Christian beliefs. Each book includes exciting and inspirational activities such as puzzles, mazes, dot-to-dots, and much more! A terrific resource for Christian schools, Sunday schools, parents, and homeschoolers.

Nature Hidden Pictures

Nature Hidden Pictures Author Suzanne Ross
ISBN-10 0486293637
Release 1996-11-01
Pages 64
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At first glance, a picture in this book reveals a medieval castle set among trees and rolling countryside. But look closer and you'll find the outlines of a turtle and two sheep. It's just one of 44 delightful hidden pictures in this fun-filled little activity book. Other puzzles will challenge you to discover animals concealed in many different natural settings—polar bears lost in an icy landscape; four monkeys in a flower vine; a tiger, a hyena and a lion amid jungle plants; and many more. Afterwards, you can have hours of fun coloring the pictures.

The Ultimate Hidden Picture Puzzle Book

The Ultimate Hidden Picture Puzzle Book Author Joe Boddy
ISBN-10 0486262979
Release 1990
Pages 32
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Twenty-four delightfully drawn tableaux with ingeniously concealed objects: a near-sighted giant's mislaid glasses; tools belonging to an absent-minded tree-house builder; many other items.

Art and Illusionists

Art and Illusionists Author Nicholas Wade
ISBN-10 9783319252292
Release 2015-10-12
Pages 386
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We delight in using our eyes, particularly when puzzling over pictures. Art and illusionists is a celebration of pictures and the multiple modes of manipulating them to produce illusory worlds on flat surfaces. This has proved fascinating to humankind since the dawning of depiction. Art and illusionists is also a celebration of the ways we see pictures, and of our ability to distil meaning from arrays of contours and colours. Pictures are not only a source of fascination for artists, who produce them, but also for scientists, who analyse the perceptual effects they induce. Illusions provide the glue to cement the art and science of vision. Painters plumb the art of observation itself whereas scientists peer into the processes of perception. Both visual artists and scientists have produced patterns that perplex our perceptions and present us with puzzles that we are pleased to peruse. Art and illusionists presents these two poles of pictorial representation as well as presenting novel ‘perceptual portraits’ of the artists and scientists who have augmented the art of illusion. The reader can experience the paradoxes of pictures as well as producing their own by using the stereoscopic glasses enclosed and the transparent overlay for making dynamic moiré patterns.

Hidden Pictures and Mazes

Hidden Pictures and Mazes Author McGraw-Hill Childrens Publishing
ISBN-10 0769632505
Release 2003-12-01
Pages 64
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Features & BenefitsHelp prepare early learners for school success with this inspiring new series! "My Little Heavenly Helpers provide practice in the essential basic skills young children need at this developmental stage in their lives. Featuring fun activities that reinforce skills while maintaining a high interest level, each book offers Biblical references and scripture that will help children learn more about God's Word and important Christian values.

Why Are Our Pictures Puzzles

Why Are Our Pictures Puzzles Author James Elkins
ISBN-10 9781135963576
Release 2004-11-23
Pages 320
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With bracing clarity, James Elkins explores why images are taken to be more intricate and hard to describe in the twentieth century than they had been in any previous century. Why Are Our Pictures Puzzles? uses three models to understand the kinds of complex meaning that pictures are thought to possess: the affinity between the meanings of paintings and jigsaw-puzzles; the contemporary interest in ambiguity and 'levels of meaning'; and the penchant many have to interpret pictures by finding images hidden within them. Elkins explores a wide variety of examples, from the figures hidden in Renaissance paintings to Salvador Dali's paranoiac meditations on Millet's Angelus, from Persian miniature paintings to jigsaw-puzzles. He also examines some of the most vexed works in history, including Watteau's "meaningless" paintings, Michelangelo's Sistine Ceiling, and Leonardo's Last Supper.

Intermedial Arts

Intermedial Arts Author Leena Eilittä
ISBN-10 9781443833172
Release 2011-08-08
Pages 220
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The essays in this collection, which were written by European and North American specialists, position intermediality as a praxis of interpretative analysis in order to show how intermediality challenges our notion of art. The writers examine the various intermedial relations between the arts, which may take the form of reference to another form of art, a combination of two or more forms of art or a generic transformation from one form of art to another. In such cases, an intermedial approach helps us to grasp the changing relationship between the arts, which affects our reception of experience. Intermediality has profoundly changed our understanding of interdisciplinary relations, formerly examined in the field of interart studies. By introducing a medial aspect, intermediality has succeeded in making a “leap” from past practices of artistic interrelatedness to our contemporary medial age, in which literature along with other arts may be understood as a medium. This ambitious undertaking has contributed to the liberation of literature and other arts from an isolated position in the established scholarly landscape with its clear-cut borderlines between disciplines. The essays in this collection are a valuable contribution to this on-going discussion about the relationships between the arts. The variety of essays published in this collection makes it an excellent introduction to academics and university students in such disciplines as literature, music, theatre, art history and media studies. Due to its clarity – which does not sacrifice philosophical depth concerning the role of intermedial studies for several forms of art – this book will also be of interest to academics and students who are currently working at advanced level art schools.