Spooky kids’ book requires torch to reveal extra details
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Getting kids to read a book when tablets and smartphones are so much more alluring is a difficult task. While ideas such as Smart PJ's have married the two with children's bedwear that can be scanned to load electronic stories, a new picture book called Hide & Eek! is making print titles more engaging by uncovering new elements of the story when a light is shined directly onto the pages. Illustrated by Rebecca Sutherland with the help of design agency Hat-trick, the scary book uses translucent paper which in normal light appears blank, but reveals intricate illustrations and scary characters…
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