Can You See what I See?: Once Upon a Time

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Scholastic Incorporated, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 35 pages
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Photographic search-and-find fun--especially for preschoolers! From bestselling author/photographer Walter Wick.

From the photographer of the bestselling I Spy books, Can You See What I See? Once Upon a Time is a rhyming, search-and-find picture book--especially for preschoolers! Twelve fascinating compositions depict favorite fairy tales, folk tales, and classic stories where readers can use the picture clues to search for dozens of intriguing hidden objects in a far, faraway land filled with toys!

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Review: Can You See What I See?: Once Upon a Time: Picture Puzzles to Search and Solve

User Review  - Whitney Bailey - Goodreads

This book has tales of Christmas holiday season in a way that is fun and interactive for students in your classroom. Students are able to look through puzzles, pictures, and play games within this ... Read full review

Review: Can You See What I See?: Once Upon a Time: Picture Puzzles to Search and Solve

User Review  - Kristen Sewell - Goodreads

Not a normal book to read to the class, but it helps the kids practice the use of their cognitive skills in their own. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Walter Wick is the photographer of the I Spy series of books, with more than twenty-four million copies in print. He is both author and photographer of A Drop of Water: A Book of Science and Wonder, winner of the Boston Globe/Horn Book Award, and Walter Wick's Optical Tricks, which was named a Best Illustrated Children's Book by The New York Times Book Review.

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