Where’s Bin Laden?

This cheeky British book—a ripoff of the famous Where’s Waldo? series—hit U.S. bookstores in September and was a hit at Borders Books for Christmas, though it has yet to catch fire online: Where exactly is Bin Laden? No one seems to know! Set in exotic locations around the world the readers’ mission in this book ...

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This cheeky British book—a ripoff of the famous Where's Waldo? series—hit U.S. bookstores in September and was a hit at Borders Books for Christmas, though it has yet to catch fire online:

Where exactly is Bin Laden? No one seems to know! Set in exotic locations around the world the readers' mission in this book is to find Bin Laden in each setting, as well as his accomplices, CIA agents, weapons of (not) mass destruction and many other local characters and things specific to each location. In this tongue-in-cheek picture book there are hours of fun scouring the delightful colour illustrations to find all of the various characters and objects, checking them off as you find them. Good luck with your mission should you accept it.

This cheeky British book—a ripoff of the famous Where’s Waldo? series—hit U.S. bookstores in September and was a hit at Borders Books for Christmas, though it has yet to catch fire online:

Where exactly is Bin Laden? No one seems to know! Set in exotic locations around the world the readers’ mission in this book is to find Bin Laden in each setting, as well as his accomplices, CIA agents, weapons of (not) mass destruction and many other local characters and things specific to each location. In this tongue-in-cheek picture book there are hours of fun scouring the delightful colour illustrations to find all of the various characters and objects, checking them off as you find them. Good luck with your mission should you accept it.

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