I Spy on the Farm

* Read ^ I Spy on the Farm by Edward Gibbs Î eBook or Kindle ePUB. I Spy on the Farm Watch as young children quickly become engaged in the game — joining in with the animal noises, learning colors, and eventually recognizing the letters.. Then turn the page to reveal the animal. Look through each eye-catching spy hole to spot a new farmyard animal!Down on the farm there are many colorful and noisy animals to spy. Look through the spy hole and use the clues to guess which one is next]

I Spy on the Farm

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Rating : 4.54 (778 Votes)
Asin : 0763685305
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 22 Pages
Publish Date : 2014-08-29
Language : English

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Amazon Customer said One of my son's favorites!. I love that this is a board book and small enough for my one year old to handle!. Bob Walch said Another "I Spy" book featuring familiar animals.. This series of "I Spy" picture books have been a hit with youngsters. The iconic guessing game translates well into a board book and it will heighten your child's observation skills. Even when the child gets older this is a game that he or she can play without the bookauto trips or siting in an airport are exa. A great book for toddlers! We received this book as a gift and it is great. It is definitely one of my son's favorite books. He received it when he was 20 months old.There is a circular hole in the book where the eyes of the animal are. When you turn each page it gives clues as to what the animal is. For example, the first animal is "I

Still, the holes themselves are a playful element that will be inviting to young children singly or in small groups. Preschool-Kindergarten, --Carolyn Phelan . If those hints are too subtle—and they might be—a speech balloon carries the words “quack, quack!” A turn of the page reveals a smiling animal, who says, “I’m a DUCKLING.” While the large pictures of animals show up well from a distance, the small elements seen through the holes do not. Featuring tiny silhouettes of the animals and a question—&ldq

Watch as young children quickly become engaged in the game — joining in with the animal noises, learning colors, and eventually recognizing the letters.. Then turn the page to reveal the animal. Look through each eye-catching spy hole to spot a new farmyard animal!Down on the farm there are many colorful and noisy animals to spy. Look through the spy hole and use the clues to guess which one is next

Edward Gibbs is an exciting new talent in children’s books. He studied illustration at college before becoming a graphic designer. He is the author-illustrator of I Spy with My Little Eye, which received three starred reviews, and I Spy Under the Sea. Edward Gibbs lives in London.

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