KCLS Recommends: Children's - I Spy Read-Alikes
Annotation:Presents a series of double-page picture puzzles depicting different parts of the world, each of which contains approximately 100 hidden insects for the reader to find, and includes information about each insect.
Annotation:When Bertie the badger visits his grandfather at a retirement home for magicians, he learns that his grandfather's rabbit, Enigma, has disappeared along with everyone's magical things, and the reader is invited to help break a code to find the items hidden throughout the book.
Annotation:In the house of 12 bunnies it is nearly bedtime, but Sophia has lost something. She searches and searches until she finds what she's looking for: a cozy bedtime story to put the snuggly bunnies to sleep.
Annotation:This postcard album will challenge and captivate puzzlers of all ages with its three-dimensional scenes of more than 40 famous landmarks and familiar vacation locales--from the shores of Cape Cod and chateaus across Europe to the Egyptian pyramids and the majestic Taj Mahal.
Annotation:When a heavy snowfall causes schools and businesses to close, Tommy follows a series of notes from his Aunt Jeanne as he explores the frozen landscape, makes new friends, and participates in winter sports.
Annotation:Readers must help Babo find objects in the busy Uglyverse scenes by matching pictures with the identifying words.
Annotation:he reader is invited to find Waldo and each of a group of unusual portraits in the detailed illustrations of crowds in a gallery, at a sporting event, and in other settings.
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A list featuring highly visual books with interactive elements, including seek-and-find, puzzles, clues and stories within a story.