eeboo 100 piece puzzles, assorted themes
Illustrated puzzles 100 pieces, puzzle: 27” x 18”. For ages 5 and up, big pieces help develop motor skills and spatial reasoning, and are great indoor fun!
This Land is Your Land 100 pc puzzle:
Children learn about the key industries and wildlife associated with each state through visual icons, making it the perfect puzzle for pre-readers. State facts Included
Winner of the Oppenheim Platinum Award: Dan Yaccarino (@danyaccarino) is the illustrator of our This Land is Your Land Puzzle. He is continually inspired by his current projects: “my favorite project is whatever project I’m working on at the moment.
Age of the Dinosaur 100 pc puzzle:
Illustrated by long-time eeBoo collaborator Holly Berry, our new Age of the Dinosaur 100 Piece Puzzle features friendly dinosaurs living in harmony. Find your all favorite dinosaurs in this beautifully illustrated puzzle. A fun and easy way to be transported to another time. Winner of the Oppenheim Gold Award, Holly Berry is the illustrator of our Age of the Dinosaur Puzzle! Holly lives in Maine on a small blueberry farm where she finds inspiration for her work from the flora and fauna. When Holly was little she and her friends would pretend they were horses running through the forest. Many a day after school was spent galloping and whinnying until dinner time! Her favorite thing to eat when she was a kid was a crunchy peanut butter and homemade raspberry jam sandwich with pumpernickel bread but her all-time favorite meal now is anything with a lot of cheese.
Solar System 100 pc puzzle:
Shows the vast array of cosmic bodies that exist in our corner of the universe. An educational jigsaw puzzle full of facts about the planets, their moons, and the science behind space travel. Go where no puzzler has gone before! Oppenheim Gold Seal
Kelsey Oseid (@kelzuki) is the illustrator of our Solar System Puzzle. Kelsey lives in Minneapolis with her husband and their two cats. She focuses her works on natural history subjects including biodiversity and astronomy. Bugs and other insects are the hardest animals to draw because so many have intricate patterns, Kelsey says. Her favorite animals to draw are whales and sharks. Kelsey finds inspiration on nature walks around her neighborhood and visits to her local arboretum and conservatory.
Life on Earth 100 piece puzzle:
Melissa Sweet (@melissasweetillustrator) is the illustrator of many eeBoo favorites including the Life on Earth 100 Piece Puzzle. Melissa lives in Maine where the natural world is a big part of the landscape and inspires many of her illustrations. Her favorite color is fuchsia and every other shade of pink, too!