I Spy Under the Sea

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Candlewick Press, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Look through each eye-catching spy hole to count a new underwater creature!

There are many colorful creatures to find under the sea. Look through the spy hole and use the clues to guess the creature, then turn the page to count the animals. Watch as toddlers quickly become engaged in the game and learn to recognize and count sea creatures.

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User Review  - ShantiR - LibraryThing

Genre: Fiction Audience: Pre k-2 This is an underwater counting book for young children that features different sea creatures from dolphins, to crabs and sharks. Young children can also see through an underwater window to guess which animal they are seeing. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Edward Gibbs studied illustration at college but became a graphic designer, where he fine-tuned the art of distilling detailed or difficult ideas into their simplest form. He uses this skill in all his books, including the first I Spy book, I Spy with My Little Eye. Edward Gibbs lives in London.

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