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I Spy Little Learning Box by Jean Marzollo

I Spy Little Learning Box

by Jean Marzollo

Other authors: Walter Wick (Photographer)

Series: I Spy: Scholastic extended

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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0439455375, Board book)

The best way for kids to learn is by playing. So it makes sense that the entertaining, challenging, and visually stimulating I Spy series of children’s books has been such a big success in helping them have fun while expanding their minds. This handy box set contains three I Spy board books: I Spy Little Book, I Spy Little Letters, and I Spy Little Numbers. Each volume is not so much a book as a game. Instructions are given on the left page as to what to look for in the photographic montage on the right page. Walter Wick’s colorful photos feature not just the object, letter, or number being sought, but also numerous other trinkets and household objects that young readers will delight in recognizing and pointing out. The density of these items minimizes the frustration factor common in some search games since there’s always something to discover and discuss. In I Spy Little Numbers, for instance, the green number three can be found on the appropriate page along with, among other things, three tiny pigs, a small tricycle, a three leaf clover, and a ball with three stripes. Jean Marzollo’s simple yet clever rhymes add to the fun. The premise of the books, based on the enduring road trip game, makes learning more than just a passive experience, but something to fully participate in. (Ages 2 to 5). --John Moe

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:21:03 -0400)

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