I spy school days: a book of picture riddles

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Scholastic, 1995 - Picture puzzles - 33 pages
10 Reviews
With more than 2.5 million copies sold of the first five books in the series, I Spy has proven itself a winner. The best and brightest yet, I Spy School Days is filled with glorious, color, two-page photographic spreads which feature brainteasers to solve in a blackboard scene, hundreds of tiny objects to ponder in a classification puzzle, Rube Goldberg contraptions to figure out, and more.

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Review: I Spy School Days: A Book of Picture Riddles (I Spy: A Book of Picture Riddles)

User Review  - Tatelyn Graves - Goodreads

I have always loved I spy books and it was so nice being able to look over these books as an adult and enjoy them once more and really look at them again. I spy books are so much fun! Read full review

Review: I Spy School Days: A Book of Picture Riddles (I Spy: A Book of Picture Riddles)

User Review  - Jimmy Potkanowicz - Goodreads

This would be a great book to read on the first day of school. It's a great riddle book and can have students interacting. I would recommend this book to younger students (Kindergarten) to get them to interact and think about the rhyming words. Read full review

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