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Where Are You? The Family Adventure!

Search-and-find for the whole family

Rated 5out of 5

Want to make this Father’s Day totally epic? Send the whole family on a dazzling personalised search-and-find adventure – starring up to three children and two grown-ups. Perfect for hours of family fun, it’s a gift he’ll never forget.

Recommended for ages 4 to 10
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$42.99 USD
Rated 5 out of 5
Rated 5out of 5

"Perfect for the whole family to read together!” – Alison

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"We have the whole collection. This one is my favourite, because I’m in it with the kids!”
Written by Jessie
An image of our illustrator Marija Tiurina holding the book

Meet Marija

Have you met Marija? It’s about time you did. Marija Tiurina is an astonishingly talented illustrator and artist who’s created work for the likes of Netflix, Penguin, Apple and, of course, us. Did we mention her large-scale murals? We defy your jaw not to drop.

where are you? series

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Rated 5out of 5
Rated 5out of 5

Such a cool book! My 5-year-old and 9-year-old sat together searching. It's bright, colourful and engaging – and we loved how it ended!

Rated 5out of 5

These fantastic personalised tales are truly brilliant! I've been purchasing these for years and will continue this tradition for future grandchildren. They're fun but they're also educational and so beautifully presented.

Rated 5out of 5

Wonderful pictures! There's so much to spot and see. My grandsons love finding themselves together.

Rated 5out of 5

Clever, imaginative and engrossing. A big hit with my 10 year old.

Rated 5out of 5

A huge hit with the child I gifted it to, as well as her parents!

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