Dive into a world of whimsical imagination with the Heye Library jigsaw puzzle. Designed by renowned artist Uli Oesterle, this 1500-piece puzzle is perfect for puzzle enthusiasts aged 11 and above. The vibrant graphics and cleverly crafted triangular puzzle pieces create a unique challenge that will keep you entertained for hours. Measuring 31.5" x 23.6", this puzzle features a delightful theme of books and reading, infused with a touch of humor. Whether you're an avid puzzler or simply looking for a fun and engaging activity, the Heye Library puzzle is sure to bring joy and excitement to your leisure time.
Loved doing this puzzle. It took about 4-5 days. Definitely 10/10
Fun puzzle to do and we always enjoy Heye puzzles...
This puzzle is amazing and seems more daunting than it is. I was able to sort out the green pieces, then everything with a railing, then everything with a bookshelf, then everything with purple books or white paper, then everything with the windows... and before you know it, you're done. Smooth fit, almost no dust, very high quality overall. Comes with a nice poster that is almost as big as the puzzle itself.
My favorite Heye puzzle so far. I really enjoyed all the small details. I do wish Heye had more piece shapes because sometimes that can cause issues but so far they're still my favorite brand.
This was a really fun puzzle. Each piece has a little hint that, with careful searching, shows you where the piece belongs on the puzzle. It look us a while as the puzzle is quite large but we all really enjoyed putting it together. We are looking forward to trying other Heye puzzles in the future.
Love all the literary references, very enjoyable to work.
As always happy I can order thru puzzle warehouse. They are always prompt and always great quality.
Beautiful, interesting puzzles, that provide at least several days of entertainment! Great brand with high quality pieces! Love Heye, and their detailed interesting scenes and characters!
1500 piece puzzles are great value for the price Loved the picture and enjoyed trying to identify the characters out of literature