Where's Spot?

Where's Spot?

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by Eric Hill
     
 

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Help Spot learn to tell time in this new, interactive format. Complete with movable clock hands, follow Spot through the different times of a typical puppy's day. Whether it's breakfast time at eight o'clock, nap time at two o'clock, or play time at three o'clock, children can help Spot determine what time it is as they learn to tell the time by themselves. Both fun…  See more details below

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Help Spot learn to tell time in this new, interactive format. Complete with movable clock hands, follow Spot through the different times of a typical puppy's day. Whether it's breakfast time at eight o'clock, nap time at two o'clock, or play time at three o'clock, children can help Spot determine what time it is as they learn to tell the time by themselves. Both fun and instructive, this tell-the-time format is very timely indeed!

Editorial Reviews

bn.com
Spot's more colorful than ever! With a striking new cover to show him off, this lift-the-flap paperback has Spot's mom looking for her lost puppies -- especially Spot. But where is he? Little readers will have a bow-wow-wonderful time looking for the popular pooch, too.
Children's Literature - Susie Wilde
Children love books that pop-up, flip-flop, or have something special about them. Hill's first Spot interactive book, Where's Spot? has been released in a miniature edition. Readers lift the flaps to reveal peek-a-boo surprises.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780399234958
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
05/22/2000
Series:
Spot Series
Edition description:
BOARD
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 6.40(h) x 0.70(d)
Age Range:
1 - 3 Years

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"Spot is one of the essential experiences of childhood." -Parents Magazine

Meet the Author

Eric Hill (www.funwithspot.com) left school when he was 15 and took up cartooning while working as a messenger at an art studio. He created Where's Spot? as a bedtime story for his two-year old son. It was published four years later, and the rest is history. Eric Hill passed away in July 2014.

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Where's Spot 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My 19 month old Grandson absolutely loves this book. We have had to re-tape all the flaps because of constant use. I would recommend any 'lift flap' books.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My now 20 year old loved these books and I have given them as gifts to all the little readers I know....Spot is a champion among mutts...all the kids love him..these books are brilliant....caring and charming!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I first bought this book for my son when he was little and I just bought it for my grandsons. Children love to open the flaps in the book. It's almost like peek-a-boo. If you read it using funny voices and exclaim, "There he is!" when you find Spot, it will always get a giggle from your little one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My little one (18 months) loves lifting the flaps as we read. Caution, though, she also rips them if we're not careful.
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My 4 month old loves this book. I think it's one of his favorites. He first loved looking at the big black letters at about 2 months old, and now he's starting to laugh at the animals under the flaps. It is short enough to keep him engaged by simply reading through the book, or I can make it longer by talking about the different animals. I am sure he will enjoy it even more when he can move the flaps to search for Spot himself. I would recommend this book from infant to toddler age. Great for a gift too.
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dadoftwo25 More than 1 year ago
Where's Spot is just the perfect picture book for younger readers. It's simple yet keeps the baby's/toddler's attention. I would recommend it for all home library collections. A classic for sure to be enjoyed for years to come. The ilustrations are wonderful.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Where's Spot is still the best of the Spot Books. Especially great as a read-to with your 1 or 2 yeaar old.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
My daughter and I borrowed this one from the library and she loves it! She just wants to read it over and over and I'm happy to oblige!
Guest More than 1 year ago
My 6 mo. old twins LOVE this book! At this age it's hit or miss when it comes to books. Although they don't understand the story, they respond to the simple question and answer sequence of the narrative, especially as it interrelates with the suspense of opening a new flap on each page. And they love the colorful illustrations. Each time I turn the page, they breath faster and start kicking, and then they laugh when I open the flap. My husband has turned the story into 'Where is Alexander / Enrique,' and I think this variation catches their attention. We have the book in Spanish.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My daughter loves the Spot series, and this is probably the favorite one. She had them very early, and I think it helped all her small motor skills figuring out ways to manipulate flaps to see Spot. I would recommend introducing the books early. We have some taped on flaps from some over-eager searching sessions, but it was a good experience in learning to be careful and manipulate small things well.