A twelve-stop trip to monuments, sites and wonders of the world with a lively family of six. But that’s not all. There’s detective work to be done! * A picture puzzle book from the multifaceted Manjula Padmanabhan after the award-winning I am Different and the wacky Same and Different
* Quiet hints in the jottings of the travellers and helpful clues in the spectacular pictures invite readers to guess where the family’s just been – and no, it’s not to the place on the previous page!
* Vivid, detailed replications give children (and adults!) close glimpses of monuments, sites and wonders of the world, with interesting clues, pops of colour, and groups of entertaining tourists
* Explores identity creatively and uniquely, with the artist’s trademark humour tickling readers of all ages, everywhere
* Perfect for family puzzle time, with pictures that make the readers observe closely and think in logical sequence
About the Author
Columns, short stories, novels, plays, a long-running cartoon strip, Suki... Manjula Padmanabhan traverses all these genres with ease. She has illustrated 24 books for children. For Tulika she has created three books with Pooni the cat, Shrinking Vanita – a sidesplittingly funny sci-fi for early readers, as well as the iridiscent Mama, What is the Night?