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I Spy With My Little Eye Hardcover – April 12, 2011

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About the Author

Edward Gibbs studied art in New Zealand and has been working in the creative design business for the last twenty-five years. He lives in London.
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Product Details

  • Age Range: 2 - 5 years
  • Hardcover: 32 pages
  • Publisher: Templar; Act edition (April 12, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0763652849
  • ISBN-13: 978-0763652845
  • Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 0.4 x 11.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #899,050 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I work for a library district and first saw this book there. Since then I've purchased copies for two friends with babies and will do the same for my grandchildren as they get a little older. The artwork is lush and the riddles are great fun for little ones. It also combines learning colors and animals in an entertaining way. I've recommended this book to several of my library patrons with young children and would definitely recommend it for children preschool age and younger.
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I wanted a book that got a child to look through an opening to see only a piece of an animal... then say what the animal's name was before turning the page.... plus have some text along with the opening that provided hints as to what the animal is/does. In this regard, the book is just ok and I will not be buying more in the series.

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...
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Format: Hardcover
I Spy With My Little Eye is a fantastic take on the classic guessing game that will be sure to engage young story time audiences with it's interactive opportunities for kids to listen to the clues and make their guesses as to what animal lurks behind each die cut hole. Each color word is clearly shown along with a sample of the color as seen through the die cut hole. There's an animal fact clue on each page to further assist story listeners in their guesses. While they may not guess from seeing the circle of gray that an elephant is lurking nearby, when given the clue "I have a very long trunk", they are sure to catch on. There are seven different animals and an invitation to the reader to look through the spy hole at the back to see what they can spy. A real charmer that will liven up your group or give any child a fun intro to basic colors. Recommended.
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Format: Hardcover
A fun I Spy book of animals, with clues. The pages have a cutout circle that contains a color clue on the right and then fold over to become an animal eye on the answer. Each animal is a familiar and appealing wild animal for young children.

"I spy with my little eye...
something that is orange.
I swing
from tree to
tree with my
long arms.

I'm an
ORANGUTAN.
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I bought this book for my 2 and 3 year old preschool class for their unit on eyes and seeing. It was the perfect book and all the children were captivated waiting to see what the animal was.
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This book is to my one of the best I have gotten for my son.. the pictures are simple but well done, this book is my son's fav, we read it over and over every day!!
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i didn't see this book myself as it was sent to my daughter for my granddaughter in another state. my daughter did, however, call me and said that her daughter loves the book. she had so few books to look at or read to her and was very pleased and had already read this several times to my granddaughter, so i feel it was a great investment.
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Format: Hardcover
What a clever idea. There's a hole in the front and back cover, plus holes in the same location throughout. Teaches color and animals. Kids pick this one up themselves because it's fun. A guessing game based on I Spy. I love that the last hole to look through asks kids to spy other things they find themselves.
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