I Spy 123: Totally Crazy Numbers!

Category: Book
Photographs By: Ancutici, Manuela
By (author): Sauerhofer, Ulrike
Subject:  JUVENILE FICTION / Concepts / Counting & Numbers
  JUVENILE NONFICTION / Activity Books
Publisher: Firefly Books
Published: October 2020
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 32
Size: 9.00in x 9.00in x 0.13in
Our Price:
$ 6.95
Availability:
In stock

Additional Notes

From The Publisher*

"A striking seek-and-find book... Ancutici's intricately assembled images captivate."
--Publishers Weekly

"Beautifully illustrated and entertaining for kids (and adults). The short rhyming verses are delightful... Not only does it promote learning numbers but colors, concentration, vocabulary, counting skills, and attention to detail as well."
--Stylish Modern Motherhood

Like its companion I Spy ABC, this colorful 1-2-3 book is hiding a delightful clutter of toys, candies, foods, dolls, natural items and much more. On each page are short rhyming verses setting the reader's task to find specific items. The hints reveal where they are, like next to the sailboat. Searching promotes number and reading skills, as well as learning colors, vocabulary, building memory, concentration and attention -- is a rewarding pastime of surprise and achievement.

The answers to the rhymes -- where is that pink polka dot ball? -- are at the back of the book. This is a great book for sharing, quiet time and bedtime, and for early childhood learning, discovery, and development.

Review Quote*[Review of hardcover edition:] In a striking seek-and-find book... Ancutici's intricately assembled images captivate.
Review Quote*[Review of hardcover edition:] Beautifully illustrated and entertaining for kids (and adults). The short rhyming verses are delightful... Not only does it promote learning numbers but colors, concentration, vocabulary, counting skills, and attention to detail as well.
Biographical Note

Manuela Ancutici is a graphic designer with a special talent for the beauty in detail. To make this book and its companion I Spy ABC, she searched flea markets, with an eye for pretty, crazy combinations of items to find the material for this book.

Ulrike Sauerhöfer studied graphic design and has worked as an art director in various advertising agencies. For many years she has worked as an editor and author for various publishing houses.