Perhaps the former is one reason I like the book Art Detective: Spot the Difference by Doris Kutschbach. Nineteen paintings and their forged counterparts are featured in this intriguing book. Charlie the Sleuth, a detective dog, guides readers and careful observers through the paintings, half of which Charlie knows to be forgeries. To convict the forger, readers must help Charlie discover the differences in each forged painting. Sometimes there are 15 or 20 and sometimes only seven mistakes. Some are subtle, and some are quite obvious. I absolutely had to find the mistakes in each painting! The bow around the dog's neck is missing in the forgery of Georges Seurat's "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte." An apple moves position and changes color in "The Moneychanger and His Wife" by Quinten Massys. An eggplant is missing from "Still Life with Ginger Jar and Eggplants" by Paul Cezanne. Each painting and its artist is described in greater detail at the back of the book, sharing information about style, artists' choices, and interesting tidbits. It will encourage a visit to the local art museum.