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I Spy With My Little Eye Hardcover – April 12, 2011
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First of all, the glimpse of the animal is not in the actual opening/cut out.... its in a circle drawn on the left hand side. The only thing you see through the opening is the animal's color which is needless to say not very exciting and defeats the purpose of the window entirely. Kids want a glimpse at the animal on the next page... something they can make out not just a color swatch.
Secondly, what you glimpse of the animal in the drawn circle is only its eye. Showing an animal's eye is not the best way to determine an animal's identity... it would have been better if looked at other features like a whale's tail, a fish's scales, bird's feathers, zebra's stripes, fox's tail, etc. Whatever set the animal apart from the others... and clearly linked to the animal on the following page. Plus, it was not as if those eyes were drawn realistically enough that you could truly identify each creature only by the eye.
Thirdly, the text was not very creative nor was it very enlightening. It was rather short and listed only 1-2 facts. Whales are the biggest animals in the world. Lions are the king of the jungle.... I was expecting something more like a riddle or creative poetry. Something fun and engaging in kids to figure out puzzles on their own or learn about an animal. The text just fell flat for me and I'm a scientist and very used to plain text.
Lastly, the giant frog at the end is spying you...Read more ›
"I spy with my little eye...
something that is orange.
from tree to
tree with my
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Super cute! My 21 month old loves it. I want to get the other books in this series:)Published 7 months ago by Julie Garcia
Both of my granddaughters enjoy this book so much. The 4 year old "reads" it to the 16 month old!Published 17 months ago by Anne T Houck
We got this for our two year old grandson who enjoy the adventure and will soon be learning to read and this book is a good one to start with.Published 24 months ago by YellowRoseTX