FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY – Pieces of two different sizes mean that puzzlers of different abilities can work on the same jigsaw at the same time.
SPOT THE DOGS – In Melissa Lee Johnson's colorful illustration, dogs are having the best day ever! Whether ripping it up at the skate park, doing yoga, or paddling in a fountain, this is an epic dog day out.
BIG PIECES FOR LITTLE HANDS, LITTLE PIECES FOR BIG HANDS – Features solid die-cut pieces and a poster to guide as you assemble.
An innovative new format in which puzzle pieces of two different sizes enable people of different ages or abilities to work collaboratively on the same jigsaw puzzle. A self-contained scene with larger pieces slots alongside a bigger puzzle with smaller pieces. Parents or older siblings can enjoy the challenge of piecing the puzzle together while having the satisfaction of working together with a younger puzzler!
About the Author
Melissa Lee Johnson is an award-winning artist, illustrator, and graphic designer, based in Tucson, Arizona. She graduated with a BFA in Integrated Studio Arts from The Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and in 2020 she received the Communication Arts Illustration Annual Award of Excellence in Advertising.
"What a fun way to bond with a child while working on problem solving skills!" – Little Cub Literacy
"Now this is a puzzle the whole family can get in on – because it's actually two puzzles in one." – PureWow