The Tortoise and The Hare

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I thought I’d share this.  There are two versions.  One with hidden pictures and one without.  Here you go.

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  1. Karen, your hidden pictures are terrific. Have you done any work for Highlights magazine? This would be a perfect submission…

    • That’s what I was going for. I’m trying to track down who to send it to. It’s easy-peasy to find the Highlights Magazine contact. But I think the Highlights High Five has a different editor and I’m having a hard time finding the contact info for him/her. This works great as a High Five hidden picture, but doesn’t have enough complexity or hidden things for the regular Hidden Picture that’s for older kids.

      • Yes, I thought this must already be published in highlights– it has that fun and totally professional look about it. I liked the hidden pictures version best. So I wonder if hanging paper latterns or something, would work for a non-game version, to get the composition back. I think what I like best about this is the round lines in the road, gate and shells. And the lines themselves in general are really making the peice. Way to go. Let us know what happens to this one.

        • Well, tomorrow I’m sending out a color photocopy to both the editor (Kathleen Hayes) and the art director (Kelley Cunningham) at 807 Church Street, Honesdale, PA 18431. Hopefully this contact info is correct and I won’t get them back returned to sender. 🙂

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