Monday, September 14, 2015
Pierre the Maze Detective - The Search for the Stolen Maze Stone by Hiro Kamigaki and IC4DESIGN (Laurence King Publishing)
Posted by ReadItDaddy at 10:00 AM Labels: Hiro Kamigaki, IC4DESIGN, Laurence King Publishing, Pierre the Maze Detective The Search for the Stolen Maze Stone
Do your kids love a challenge? Are they super-observant? Are they fans of "Where's Wally" and other hidden object and character books? Then they're going to truly love "Pierre the Maze Detective - The Search for the Stolen Maze Stone". Hiro Kamigaki and IC4DESIGN have collaborated on this huge thick and immensely immersive puzzle book that will almost put hair on your chest with a ton of fiendish puzzles to explore.
The core story involves Pierre, who along with his friend Carmen stumbles across a new case. A precious artifact - the maze stone - has been stolen and it's wreaking havoc in Opera City and beyond as everything - literally everything - is turning into a twisting, turning maze before their very eyes.
In each page spread, the core objective is to trace your way through the mazes that are presented as locations around Opera City. Think you're in for an easy time? Think again!
|Starting off in Pierre's fabulous garage HQ. Can you pick your way through the chaos in several maze challenges?|
|Glorious artwork reminiscent of Studio Ghibli completely won us over!|
|Intricacy is the name of the game! Even the names of the stores Downtown hint at the book's complexity|
Glorious puzzling and observational fun in this luxurious book!
Charlotte's favourite bit: The museum where all the exhibits seem to come to life!
Daddy's favourite bit: Challenging puzzles, truly glorious artwork, a big thick weighty puzzle book that will keep your youngsters occupied (and blissfully quiet) for hours.
(Kindly sent to us for review by Laurence King Publishing)
"Pierre the Maze Detective - The Search for the Stolen Maze Stone"
Written and Illustrated by Hiro Kamigaki and IC4DESIGN
Published by Laurence King Publishing.
Release Date: 7th September 2015