Overflowing with detail, this title encourages both visual recognition and also helps to develop number skills. Each spread contains small images that show children what they need to spot in the main image and how many are hidden.
From the author of V is for Viking: A Minnesota Alphabet and North Star Numbers: A Minnesota Number Book comes yet another reason to enjoy learning about this north woods state. Kathy-jo Wargin's poetic puzzles are perfectly paired with dual photos of Minnesota scenery and landmarks. Taken by Great Lakes photographer Ed Wargin, one in each pair of photos has undergone a slight change. Can you spot the difference? This visual treat is a charming way to acquaint beginning readers with the great state of Minnesota and its wonders.In addition to penning the first book in this new series, I Spy with My Little Eye Minnesota, Kathy-jo Wargin's other books celebrating the Great Lakes region include the 2001 IRA Children's Choice Award winner The Legend of the Loon and The Edmund Fitzgerald: Song of the Bell. Ed Wargin has been a working artist for nearly twenty years, having started his successful career in commercial advertising photography. Ed's work has been published in numerous magazines and publications throughout the world. He and Kathy-jo, along with their son, Jake, live in Petoskey, Michigan.
This charming and witty "can-you-find-it" large-format board book follows one purple car from road to road while a succession of other vehicles joins it.
Each spread also features a certain number of hidden items for children to find. Will kids be able to find the 10 bluebirds alongside the lone purple car? What about the two black limousines and nine potted plants? It all culminates in the final gatefold spread, which reveals a tremendous traffic jam with every car from the previous spreads
Children will spend hours poring over this book as they search for their favorite vehicles and reoccurring characters on every page. They'll also find mini-stories within the main story (will the giraffe bike messenger find his lost wallet?), and several hidden items on every page.
Numbers and colors are clearly indicated on each spread, and although certainly busy, each spread is carefully designed to provide just the right amount of challenge to young children.
A vibrant and playful seek-and-find picture book by the acclaimed Swedish artist and designer Laura Ljungkvist, in which the reader uncovers cars, trucks, and all kinds of things that go hidden in a dazzling array of patterns and colors. The artwork, inspired by a European aesthetic, gives this work a simple but sophisticated look that appeals to both children and adults. Things to find are cleverly concealed as each page provides a new challenge for the reader to discover. An artful and unique book for children who love Where''s Waldo and Walter Wick.
My Big Seek-and-Find Book is a 56-page, wipe-clean activity book that comes with its own pen. It is packed full of seek-and-find puzzles, mazes, picture puzzles, number fun, and more.
The colorful, illustrated pages wipe clean, so that children can complete and repeat the puzzles time and time again--excellent for developing their problem-solving and observational skills, as well as their fine-motor control.
This is a perfect book for use at home or on the move.
Shy and reclusive, BigFoot spends most of his time in the deep dark woods, rarely spotted by humankind. But every now and then he leaves his remote retreat, and travels the world for vacation fun Sharpen your search & find skills by locating him at his favorite vacation retreat. It won't be easy. BigFoot is enjoying his holiday in ten different ways, from deep sea diving and joining a balloon festival to taking a cruise, going to the beach, visiting Yellowstone National Park, and more. This handsome hardcover book presents each getaway as an immense two-page visual puzzle, full of teeming people and creatures. Your task is not only to find BigFoot and his legendary footprint, but also more than 500 other unusual and sometimes unexpected personalities and objects. Fun facts and pictures accompany each scene to help you learn more about vacation activities.
Spot the difference in every sunny side-by-side scene as you explore the beach with a whole host of cute characters. From the shallows, to the rockpools, and the ice cream stall, there's plenty waiting to be found. What looks different? Lift the flaps to see if you got it right Accompanied by a sweet rhyming text, stylish illustrations are printed on sturdy card for little fingers. This new novelty series teaches recognition and visual acuity skills, featuring: patterns, colors, shapes, missing items, animals, food and items of clothing.
Giant Seek and Find: Imagination will amaze children due to its very detailed, fun illustrations. Young readers will let their imagination run wild through wonderful scenes featuring every enchanted creature they can think of Get ready for hours of fun with 9 different scenes, 10 recurring characters and 50 elements to seek and find in each scene
For many sports fans there's no such thing as too much hockey. And in I Spy with My Little Eye Hockey, young readers get double the fun. Matt Napier, author of Z is for Zamboni: A Hockey Alphabet, teams up with photographer David Milne to create a visual puzzle book that challenges the deductive skills and sharp eyes of young readers. Dual look-alike photographs are filled with hockey masks, sticks, pucks, even miniature ice rinks and trading cards. But one of the scenes has been slightly altered. Can you see the changes? How many can you find? Poetic clues help young fans and seasoned veterans find the various differences between each pair of scenes. From the number of Zambonis on the ice to the sweaters hung in a locker room, hockey fans of all ages will enjoy this new way of spying the game