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Treasure Ship (Can You See What I See?)

4.37 of 5 stars 4.37  ·  rating details  ·  38 ratings  ·  7 reviews
A new search-and-find adventure from the bestselling photographer, Walter Wick!

Amazing photos accompany a fun search-and-find game by Walter Wick, the creator the NY TIMES BESTSELLING Can You See What I See? series and the photographer of the enormously successful I Spy series.
A pirate ship and a chest of gold take readers on a journey through time that leads to the locati
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published April 1st 2010 by Cartwheel Books
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These aren't always my favorite books to have in my school library. The students LOVE them, but they can never seem to look at them quietly on their own. Reading these always seems to turn into a social activity involving a group of students gathered around one student looking at the book while they all chat and look and point and exclaim loudly when they find something. There is VERY little reading involved. I don't think they even read the list of things to find, they just look at the pictures ...more
One of the titles in the hardest to solve of Wick's seek and find series. Rhyming text reads like a bulleted list of item to search for, this time without any picture clues to aid readers.

An author's note gives readers some food for thought about pirates and their treasures. Grades 3-5.

The photos are magically realistic in this title. The lighting and positioning of the objects all makes readers feel like they're exploring their own treasure.
I love these books and want to acquire more. This one is really cool - the first picture you see is of a small pile of gold coins and other bits of treasure. The next picture is zoomed out from the first picture so that it's included in the second one, but a much smaller portion. Each page continues in that fashion. FUN!
We saw this book at the maritime museum in Santa Barbara, but Tommy was not well-behaved enough to get it at that time. Rich brought it home recently. It is a beautiful book. The first picture is a coin in a treasure chest and each of the following pictures is a larger part of the scene.
Once again, Wick has created a beautiful, intriguing book! This has layers upon layers of fun pictures with lots of cool stuff to find! Secrets and mysteries abound, matey! Enjoy!
Love it - particularly love the zooming out.
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