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Taro Gomi’s Playful Puzzles for Little Hands

September 3, 2013 by Lucy in Books and Music, Latest with 0 Comments

We can’t get enough of Japanese artist Taro Gomi’s quirky books and illustrations and his Play All Day punch-out activity book is still a firm favourite in our house. So I was really looking forward to seeing Playful Puzzles for Little Hands (Chronicle Books, RRP £9.65), which features over 60 games and generally intriguing things for small people. Whether your child is mad on mazes, brilliant at building or cool at counting, there’s an activity to please. And, as a bonus, they all look beautiful, making it a superb gift.

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