I Spy on the Farm by Edward Gibbs

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Look through each eye-catching spy hole to spot a new farmyard animal!

Down on the farm there are many colorful and noisy animals to spy. Look through the spy hole and use the clues to guess which one is next. Then turn the page to reveal the animal. Watch as young children quickly become engaged in the game — joining in with the animal noises, learning colors, and eventually recognizing the letters.
 

About Edward Gibbs

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Edward Gibbs is an exciting new talent in children's books. He is the author-illustrator of I Spy with My Little Eye, which received three starred reviews, and I Spy Under the Sea. He studied illustration at college before becoming a graphic designer. Edward Gibbs lives in London.
 
Published February 26, 2013 by Templar. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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2-6) Pub Date: April 1st, 2011 ...

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Hints vary from leading prompts “I have a funny name” to common observations “I walk sideways on the beach” to the factual “My arms are called tentacles.” Turn the page, and a colorful scene unfolds.

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The clue for the first animal reads: “something yellow that begins with a D.” It is likely that the watery pond background and the speech bubble loudly proclaiming, “Quack, quack!” will be all the clues a youngster needs, but reinforcing the d sound adds a welcome level of early childhood learning.

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Gibbs brings a new guessing game (I Spy with My Little Eye, 2011; I Spy Under the Sea, 2012) to the youngest set.

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What did you like about the book?This interactive book is perfect for toddlers who are just learning the names of animal, the sounds the animals make, and colors.

Feb 26 2013 | Read Full Review of I Spy on the Farm

PreS-K—There is nothing that makes this title stand out. Die-cut holes offer hints about which animal appears on the following spread. "I spy…something white that begins with an

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