I Spy Little Bunnies

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Scholastic, Jan 12, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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This bestselling board book now has a shiny new holographic cover.

Preschoolers will find bunnies galore, as well as other fun objects, in this search-and-find board book by Jean Marzollo and Walter Wick.

Picture clues and rhyming riddles guide young readers through twelve delightful puzzles.

With more than 72,000 copies in print, this book, which was published in 2001, now has holographic foil on the cover.

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ISBN 0439785359 - Always a fan of Where's Waldo type books, I had high hopes for the I Spy series of board books for toddlers. My only concern was that the level of detail might be too high and a bit overwhelming for little ones. I didn't need to worry - they're everything I'd hoped for.
One page tells you what to look for, with a picture to guide you, and the facing page has a photograph to hunt for those items in. A drum, a football, a squirrel - and lots of bunnies! - are among the things you must find. Once you've found all of those, you can search for other things, too!
The photographs are photographs - not illustrations; this is a nice touch in books for children who usually get cartoon-y images in their books. The pictures (by Walter Wick) are really well-done, with some detail to hide the items you're searching for, but not so much detail that those items are too hard to find for little ones. The book is sturdy enough to stand up to many, many readings and thick pages are easy for little fingers to handle.
 

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About the author (2006)

Jean Marzollo has written many award-winning children's books, including the acclaimed I Spy series and HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MARTIN LUTHER KING. Jean lives with her husband, Claudio, in New York State's Hudson Valley.

Walter Wick is the photographer of the bestselling I Spy series as well as the author and photographer of the bestselling Can You See What I See? series. He lives with his wife, Linda, in Connecticut.

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