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The Incredible Paper Chase
Publication Information
Author Martin Handford
Illustrator Martin Handford
Published October 13, 2009
Publisher Candlewick Press
Pages 24
ISBN 076364689X
Contents
Scenes The Castle Siege
The Jurassic Games
Picture This
The Great Retreat
Muddy Swampy Jungle Game
What a Dog Fight!
The Beat of the Drums
The Great Escape
The Enormous Party
The Wacky Waldo Circus
Characters Waldo, Woof, Wenda, Wizard Whitebeard, Odlaw and the Waldo Watchers
Objects Odlaw's Binoculars, Wizard Whitebeard's Scroll, Wenda's Camera, Woof's Bone, Waldo's Key, Piece of Paper
Series
Preceded by The Great Picture Hunt! (2006)
Followed by The Spectacular Poster Book! (2010)
Special Edition

Where's Waldo?: The Incredible Paper Chase is a Where's Waldo? book which was released in 2009.

In this book, fans follow Waldo through more astounding scenes, each containing a hard-to-find piece of paper torn from his sketchpad. The book includes an exciting parade, a confounding maze, a tricky spot-the-difference challenge, and other puzzles. The book also recycles features from the long out-of-print Ultimate Fun Book including the Muddy Swampy Jungle Game with press-out counters and tongue-twisting forfeit cards, plus the press-out circus scene.

Notes

  • “The Castle Siege” first appeared in The Magnificent Poster Book and was later reprinted in Fighting Knights: a Where's Waldo Fun Fact Book.
  • "The Jurassic Games" is the only new scene made for this book.
  • “Picture This” originally appeared in The Magnificent Poster Book as "The Old Friends"
  • “The Great Retreat” originally appeared in The Ultimate Fun Book, but it was black and white. It has been colorized for this edition.
  • “Muddy Swampy Jungle Game” originally appeared in The Ultimate Fun Book with the same name
  • “What a Dog Fight!” originally appeared in The Ultimate Fun Book as “Ding-Dong! What a Dog Fight!”
  • “The Beat of the Drums” originally appeared in The Ultimate Fun Book with the same name. The original had middle eastern men carrying spears, wearing turbans and marching in a parade. They have all been replaced with white people in colonial attire to make it less offensive.
  • “The Great Escape” originally appeared in The Ultimate Fun Book as “O, What a Lovely Maze”
  • “The Enormous Party” originally appeared in The Ultimate Fun Book as “A Message From a Megastar”
  • "The Wacky Waldo Circus" originally appeared in The Ultimate Fun Book as “The Wild and Wacky Waldo-Fun-Show”

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