Read the book and help the zookeeper find and count all the zoo runaways. Help her spot and count gibbons, zebras, penguins, and much more in this fun animal adventure from award-winning children's author Steve Smallman and illustrator Nicola Slater, the same pair that brought you Spot A Lot Vehicle Adventure, the 2015 winner of the Parents' Choice Fun Stuff Award.
Put together the puzzle and spot a whole lot more! One side of the puzzle is a busy, vibrant scene from the book, and on the reverse is a black-and-white line drawing for your little one to color in for even more creative fun!
Spot, count, and color all the animals in this great activity set!
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 8.80(h) x 1.90(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 6 Years|
About the Author
Nicola Slater has illustrated a variety of picture books, including Spot A Lot Animals and Spot A Lot Vehicle Adventure, and fiction book covers. She lives in Manchester, England, with her partner and son, and the occasional appearance of a grumpy cat.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Spot A Lot Animals by Parragon Books Ltd is an incredibly fun book and jigsaw puzzle. My kids love animals and this Spot A Lot Animals storybook is incredibly fun and entertaining for kids. Spot A Lot Animals also has a jigsaw puzzle for kids to put together and they're also able to color the reverse side. My kids all colored the puzzle together and had an incredibly fun time. We sat outside on the patio while they colored in the puzzle and then afterwards we put the puzzle together and the kids pointed out everything that they had each colored which made the puzzle extra special. Spot A Lot Animals by Parragon Books Ltd is perfect for kids who like animals and is the perfect way to entertain kids! Disclosure: I received product(s) for free, in exchange for my honest review. I only recommend products I've used personally, and believe will be good fit for consumers.
A fun book and puzzle set for the child who is beginning to count. It is in the form of I spy. Each page has a specific animal to find and then in smaller print there are other challenges for which to look. Disclosure: I was sent a copy of this for review purposes.