Labyrinth (Hardcover)

Find your way through 14 magical mazes

By Theo Guignard

Wide Eyed Editions, 9781847809988, 32pp.

Publication Date: March 7, 2017

List Price: 19.99*
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‘a brilliantly interactive book that will keep children - and grown-ups - focussed for hours’ Huffington Post
'seductively colourful and madcap graphics...a perfect bridge between a book and a game' The Guardian

The biggest maze book to hit shelves this year! Explore worlds made of plants, giant skyscrapers, wild habitats, and futuristic cities, in this book that asks you to trace your way through 14 magical mazes. With things to spot along the way, each maze grows in complexity with every turn of the page.

About the Author

THEO GUIGNARD is one of the leading graphic artists in Paris. He graduated from Gobelins L'École de L'Image. He has worked for French animated film giants Xilam. He now spends his days designing backgrounds for Je Suis Bien Content, experts in animation for television.

Praise For Labyrinth: Find your way through 14 magical mazes

'Labyrinth is a brilliantly interactive book that will keep children - and grown-ups - focussed for hours.'--The Huffington Post
- The Huffington Post

Mazes just went to a whole new level with this cleverly designed find-your-way-out book. With a craftily arranged, video-game style layout, they'll forget the iPad exists (for an hour at least). Simple clues and eye-catching artwork guides you around a kaleidoscope of labyrinths, full of dragons, mega cities and mystical creatures.'--Smallish
- Smallish

"Guignard’s crisp graphics offer immersive fun for eagle-eyed readers, who will be impressed by his creativity and playful use of perspective. "--Publishers Weekly
- Publishers Weekly

'With seductively colourful and madcap graphics inviting fingers to trace routes along the page, this is a perfect bridge between book and video game.'--The Guardian
- The Guardian

'Filled with bold, colourful graphic designs, which aim to provide the perfect visual introduction to reading for children.'--Design Week
- Design Week