Mr Tweed’s Good Deeds by Jim Stoten

They say that no good deed goes unpunished, and Mr Tweed (the guy in the extra-tall top hat) might just drive you a bit bonkers with the search-and-find tasks that he (you, really) helpfully takes on, which range from Colin Rocodile’s lost kite to Pingle Penguin’s 9 flyaway balloons.

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Each characterful, action-packed, technicoloured double-page spread in Mr Tweed’s Good Deeds provides the search field for the mission at hand, and there are nine to complete before Mr Tweed can collect his, um, reward. Obviously, as the number of missing items escalate, so does the level of difficulty, but the challenge is kind of the point, isn’t it?

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Now excuse me while I try to find some maddeningly elusive socks…

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