As I promised you last week, today's Wimmelsearchtip includes another bonus drawing and a short story about my Wimmelbook "Heidelberg wimmelt."
The little girl with the blue hat and the red sock really exists. She played with pure delight, engrossed with her water bucket. While she played on the water playground, she found a lonely red sock, which lay on a large stone. She took the wet thing, looked at me, and dipped it into her bucket, as if to wash it. Now and then she held it up to show how clean she had gotten that little red sock. When she was finished, the girl put the sock aside and began to drink the water from the bucket.
Hmm. How yummy.
If you have experienced similar humorous situations with your children, write about it in the comments below. Who knows, maybe an illustration will grow from your story.
It is such moments that I like to illustrate in my book. A rough sketch lets me remember a whole story. In the short few weeks when I was on location in Heidelberg, I filled a whole sketchbook with such small drawings.
You can find such illustrations of children and adults in my book of Wimmelbook, "Heidelberg wimmelt." Below you can see my original sketch of the girl in her hat about to drink from the bucket. If you have the book, you can discover even more funny moments.
The fun hidden object book can be gotten from your favorite bookshop, directly from the publisher, Silberburg-Verlag, or from an online bookseller of your choice.
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