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From the bestselling series by Jean Marzollo and Walter Wick, here's a fun way for children to learn the ABC's. Includes foil on the cover!
Easy-to-read riddles by Jean Marzollo are paired with 46 object-filled photographs by Walter Wick to create the most engaging alphabet book ever! Young readers can use the simple picture clues to recognize the letter and letter sound featured on each page.
There are more than 30 million I Spy books in print!
About the Author
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.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
As with other I Spy books in the series, great pictures. I wanted a book to use with younger students so that we could get in some extra letter practice in a motivating book.
My son is 15 months old, so a little young for the original series of I Spy books like this one. We usually buy him the I Spy "Little" books. But since we have them all already, we looked through all of these larger I Spy for older kids and found that this is the only one at the store of many that had pictures rather than just works to tell kids what to search for. This allowed him to do the older version. He absolutely loves it, especially after mastering the little series.
I loved sharing this book with both of my children, we found different ways to read and share with this book. It has rhyming words and teaches kids to look closely for hidden objects and helps with memory and detail. It was always one of our favorites, so I purchased it as a gift for a younger child/friend for Christmas - he was thrilled with it - and so was his Mom!