I Spy in the Sky
Templar, 2014 (2014)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
f you have every played the I-spy game, this clever book version of the classic game is a lot of fun and will teach a whole new generation how to engage in this timeless contest of observation.
he picture book features a spy hole, and clues are provided to help the young reader guess what kind of bird is perched on the following page. '
I spy with my little eye something with purple feathers and small wings. I like to drink nectar from flowers.
id you guess a hummingbird? Good! The other birds included in the book are a condor, parrot, pelican, eagle, peacock and owl. The illustrations are quite large and colorful, plus the youngster will learn a little something about each bird.
fter reading the book a few times, try playing the game with your child at home or in the backyard. If you need a little help explaining how the game is played, check online
How to Play I Spy
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