Australia: World's Longest Dot-to-Dot Puzzle

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9781781573853

Abi Daker

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This beautifully designed hardback book concertinas into a stunning frieze of no fewer than 3000 dots, providing several satisfying hours of mindful dot-joining fun. The perfect souvenir of your trip to Australia, this fabulous original illustration features its most famous buildings and landmarks, including the Sydney Opera House, Uluru and the Devil's Marbles. To enable you to enjoy your handiwork to the full, the ends of the design are perforated: you can easily remove your completed masterpiece, and display it on your wall.

About the Author:
Abi Daker is a British illustrator who lives and works in Cyprus with her husband and son. She studied Art at the University of Reading and has since worked on children's books and as an archaeological illustrator; she also specialises in illustrated maps and architectural subjects. Her dot-to-dot books express her passion for exploring the graphic and linear qualities of the world in an imaginative and engaging new way. She also paints and draws the mediterranean landscapes of her home in Paphos.

Features

ISBN 9781781573853
Publisher Hachette Australia
Published 2016
Format Hardback
Number of pages 16
Dimensions H 29cm x W 22cm x D 1cm

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