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Can You See What I See? (edition 2002)
by Walter Wick
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0439163919, Hardcover)Deceptively simple, Walter Wick's Can You See What I See? pairs rhyming lists of miniature objects with big, jam-packed photographs of the kinds of odds and ends found in any toy chest: blocks, beads, robots, dice, marbles, plastic animals, and game-board playing pieces. As in the I Spy series by Wick and rhymester Jean Marzollo, readers are invited to find the objects buried within the carefully chaotic piles. But Wick goes beyond the original formula in this book, slipping extra puzzles into the picture. Each rhyme ends with the beginning of a new game; in "Spare Parts," for example, after finding the listed items, readers must match 10 parts to 10 broken toys. In other games, readers spot the differences between objects, find their way out of a maze, decipher cryptic messages, or figure out optical illusions. Clever, sharp-eyed kids who are ready for greater challenges than the I Spy picture riddle series (I Spy Year-Round Challenger!, I Spy Funhouse, etc.), fire up those brain synapses! (Ages 3 to 7) --Emilie Coulter
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Presents twelve brain-teasing hidden picture puzzles to solve.
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