With their diverse visual language and wealth of motifs and possibilities, Wimmel books have been among the perennial favorites of children's literature for almost 6 decades. The self-told stories not only stimulate the development of an extensive vocabulary, but also contribute to a better understanding of everyday life. To make sure you have the right hidden object book for every occasion, we present the most exciting anthologies.
The advantage of Wimmel book anthologies
Whether a walk in the woods with the day-care group or a visit to the market with the grandparents - it is not uncommon for children to want to reflect directly on the latest experiences. Numerous questions and the child's need to get to the bottom of things pose challenges for many parents. With the help of hidden object books, connections can be deepened quickly and entertainingly. Collections covering many different topics offer the advantage of being able to react quickly to current situations and experiences. The picture books, filled with colourful illustrations, are also ideal for preparing and getting into the mood for a visit to the zoo or castle.
Individual hidden object books - variety of styles and topics
Not all Wimmel books are the same. Since its introduction in the 1960s by style-defining illustrators and authors such as Ali Mitgutsch, the Wimmel book has established itself as a genre in its own right. Meanwhile, parents and children can choose from a variety of illustrators, styles and thematic focuses. Everyday scenarios such as visits to the swimming pool or a shopping spree in the busy city are just as popular as historically inspired hidden object motifs about prehistoric dinosaurs or Vikings on a long journey. Hours of reading fun is guaranteed.