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1001 Things to Spot in the Town
Each double page of this picture book invites youngsters to discover different types of towns. Simple text and colourful scenes bursting with things to spot combine to help children develop skills in reading, counting, matching and identification.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published November 24th 2000 by E.D.C. Publishing
(first published January 1st 2000)
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A fun alternative to I Spy or Where's Waldo style books. Each page has certain items you need to search for. Not too easy for older readers, but simple enough for younger readers, this is a nice book for just casual fun. The artist includes humor in the scenes so it's fun just to look and try to see what all is happening in the illustrations.
I love these books! Great pictures and puzzles for the kids to figure out. Great vocabulary to go with the pictures. A vocabulary word next to an individual picture on the perimeter and the object is within a bigger, more complicated picture. Shows different cultures and their objects as well.
This is a picture and counting book all in one. Large oversized book--he likes to put it on the chair and stand and read it. He can spot and point out cars, trucks, dogs, etc. in this book. This book was on display at the Cole Carlsbad library and Emerson picked it out after toddler story time.