Where's the Meerkat?

Where s the Meerkat A meerkat family is on a round the world vacation trip and kids who open this book are challenged to locate those roaming animals in a series of large colorful detail packed street scenes The meerk

  • Title: Where's the Meerkat?
  • Author: Paul Moran Jen Wainwright
  • ISBN: 9781843177104
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A meerkat family is on a round the world vacation trip, and kids who open this book are challenged to locate those roaming animals in a series of large, colorful, detail packed street scenes The meerkats travels take them to Moscow s Red Square and New York s Times Square The friendly but elusive creatures also show up in Venice at carnival time, at a floating farmer sA meerkat family is on a round the world vacation trip, and kids who open this book are challenged to locate those roaming animals in a series of large, colorful, detail packed street scenes The meerkats travels take them to Moscow s Red Square and New York s Times Square The friendly but elusive creatures also show up in Venice at carnival time, at a floating farmer s market in Bangkok, Thailand, and at other colorful places that range from Paris to the Pyramids Ten members of the meerkat family are cleverly hidden among crowds of people in every one of this book s bustling scenes Kids will enjoy examining each two page spread and seeking out all ten little animals Boys and girls will also find checklists that challenge them to identify many other details in each of the book s big pictures They ll find answers at the back of this fun filled book.

    One thought on “Where's the Meerkat?”

    1. Aren't meerkats cute? Isn't "Where's Wally?" fun? This market-savvy author has his finger on the pulse. So, absolutely no points for originality, there are no surprises in here. The strength of Meerkat lies in its high calibre approach and its scale. A brief introduction the family and it's time to ferret them out (?). There's no less than seventeen double page spreads of chaos to sift through, each one a famous landmark or location as the meerkat family traverses the globe. The detail is exquis [...]

    2. Good book very funnyAnd would recommend this to anyone really good book to enjoy and good for kids 3 stars because its good

    3. Very good.I'm 6 years old. I really enjoyed this book. Its like where's Wally but had meerkats. The pictures were beautiful.

    4. As an example of its type, this is pretty good. Whilst clearly a cash-in on meerkats, the drawings are pretty good, the text is mildly educational, the things to find (e.g. girl on a pogo stick) are very definite so you know when you've found them, and the whole thing is rather enjoyable. There are even answers pages at the back of the book which is unusual. Not quite as fun as the Wookiee one or the Stig one, but much more enjoyable than the Fenton and Bin Laden equivalents.

    5. This book was an amusing book for children based on meercat adventures. It is aimed at young children who will love the cartoon pictures of the meercats. I was given this as a joke Christmas present and it was fun to read!

    6. Aivan himmeän vaikeaa etsimistä, ihan aikuisellekin haasteellista (lue: en löytänyt miltään aukeamalta kaikkia).

    7. Very goodWould be better if we knew how many there is to find, but my son and I found this book entertaining.

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