What could be better for a curious puppy like Spot than a big book full of new words? Young children will delight in following Spot and his friends throughout the year, as they go to school, to the beach, and even clean house--learning the names of everything as they go. "An entertaining primer".--Booklist. Full color.
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Eric Hill published his first Spot title, Where's Spot, in 1980 and was the pioneer of lift-the-flap books. He is now the author of over 50 Spot books in various formats including sticker books, noisy books and lift-the-flap story books and there are 40 million Spot books in print in 60 countires around the world. Eric works from his home in Massachussetts, USA.From School Library Journal:
PreS Hill uses a large format to illustrate and identify everyday objects. Each two-page spread shows indoor and outdoor scenes, such as a farm, a bedroom, a beach, or a birthday party. Every object in the picture is clearly drawn and labelled. Clean lines, bold color, and lots of white space, in Hill's typical style, keep the pages from appearing cluttered. The familiar Spot, along with other animal friends, is a part of each scene. Two or three sentences per page describe the activities taking place. This is a simpler version of the Scarry word books (Random) and is sure to be as popular. An attractive book to share with younger preschoolers, while older children will enjoy browsing by themselves. Nancy Kewish, Cuyahoga County Public Library, Cleveland
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Descripción Frederick Warne Publishers Ltd, 1993. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110723290423