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Where’s Waldo Flower Garden

William Walter Waldo was born on March 10, 1955. He grew up in Barstow, CA before moving to Santa Rosa, CA where he currently resides. He married his high school sweetheart Linda in 1978 and they had two children. Their oldest daughter Amy graduated from Sonoma State University with a degree in Mathematics and resides in Northern California.

Where’s Waldo Flower Garden

“Where’s Waldo?” is a picture puzzle book in which you try to find Waldo (also called Wally), a red-and-white-striped shirt-wearing man. He is hidden among a crowd of people, animals and other objects. The series was created by English illustrator Martin Handford.

“Where’s Waldo?” started as a single picture book, but has now expanded into 12 books and an app. In the most recent book, “The Incredible Paper Chase,” it’s not just Waldo you’re looking for. The game also involves finding his friends, Wenda and Wizard Whitebeard, and Woof the dog. You might also see Odlaw, who wants to stop Waldo from being found.

Besides the United States and Canada, “Where’s Waldo?” is published in more than 35 countries. Martin Handford has been to many of these places to sign books. He has even gone on tour with the World Association of Marching Showbands!

The Where’s Waldo Flower Garden is located in the front of the library in the grassy space between the library and the Education Building

If you are looking for an excuse to get outside and get some fresh air, we have the perfect thing for you! It’s a Where’s Waldo Flower Garden!

The Where’s Waldo Flower Garden is located in the front of the library in the grassy space between the library and the Education Building. The garden has 24 plants with labels that represent items from Waldo books from all over the world. There are three different Waldo books represented in this garden: European scenes, American scenes, and international scenes.

We also challenge you to find all 24 Waldo plants!

The flowers are planted on a first-come, first-served basis. There will be no more than 15 flowers available each day. In addition to finding Waldo, you can also play “I Spy” with various items hidden in the garden or make your own artwork from natural materials found in nature.

The garden was planted on Saturday, April 22nd with a variety of flowers that look like Waldo

Where’s Waldo isn’t just a game, it’s a way of life. One where you seek out the bespectacled man in the striped shirt and goofy hat in every public place you can find.

If you’re looking for Waldo, you can now head to the University of Washington Botanic Gardens in Seattle. There, you’ll find a floral garden where every single flower looks like Waldo.

The garden was planted on Saturday, April 22nd with a variety of flowers that look like Waldo! The garden will be open for viewing until May 27th and is located at 3501 NE 41st St. Seattle, WA 98195.

In honor of Waldo’s 30th birthday, we’ve planted a garden at the Cary Library in Lexington, MA that includes flowers that look just like Waldo!

The garden was planted on Saturday, April 22nd with a variety of flowers that look like Waldo. Can you find them all?

The Cary Library is located at 1874 Massachusetts Ave. in Lexington, MA and the garden is located on the corner of Mass Ave and Waltham St.

Last Words

Where’s Waldo Flower Garden is an entertaining book for any age. It is a puzzle book which contains double page spreads of a busy flower garden. The reader’s goal is to find Waldo and his friends, Wenda and Wizard Whitebeard, who are hiding in the garden along with several other characters. There are clues to help identify each character, but it can be very difficult to find them all. The challenge of finding Waldo and his friends makes this book not only fun to read, but also fun to look at.

The book is quite large (just over a foot tall) and has bright, colorful pictures on every page. Most of the pictures are full-page drawings, but some are photographs with Waldo and his friends hidden in them. The pictures are very detailed with lots of things going on in each scene which adds to the challenge of finding the hidden characters.

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