Parents in Touch have two What If? puzzles to giveaway! See the Parents in Touch Twitter page for information on how to enter.
This is no ordinary jigsaw puzzle! Going off on holiday is always exciting, but this puzzle takes it to a whole new dimension – what if the family becomes tetchy, Dad’s had enough and a change of driver was required? The picture on the box shows a stressful journey in the days before sat navs and Google maps – but the puzzle inside the box shows Dad’s inventive solution. There are lots of amusing and inventive details to explore and the picture is bright, colourful and detailed.
This is not a puzzle that will be quickly finished, as there is no reference point – and that’s the fun of it. It’s definitely one for dedicated puzzlers and if you love jigsaws, the element of mystery will really challenge you and give great satisfaction once complete. Just like all Ravensburger puzzles, the manufacture is top quality, printed in vivid colours on strong durable premium grade cardboard with clean cuts, and with a linen finish print to minimise glare on the puzzle image. The finished puzzle measures 70 x 50cm when complete and is suitable for ages 12 years and up. A real challenge and great fun and very relaxing for all the family to do together. The fact it is number 19 in the series is testament to the popularity of the concept.
If you are really stuck, Ravensburger will be kind enough to send you a small print of the finished puzzle if you write to them. The artist is Geoff Tristram, who has been a highly successful professional artist and cartoonist for over 35 years; his work can be found on fine art prints, collector’s plates, greetings cards, postage stamps and, of course, jigsaw puzzles. Brilliant!