I Spy a Dinosaur's Eye (Scholastic Reader, Level 1)
ISBN: 0439524717
EAN13: 9780439524711
Language: English
Release Date: May 1, 2003
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.63" H x 8.98" L x 6.06" W
Weight: 0.18 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Scholastic Readers are designed to support a child's efforts to learn how to read at every age and and every stage -- based on the best resesearch about how children learn to read.

All-new, easy-to-read riddles by Jean Marzollo are paired with fun photographs culled from the best-selling I Spy books to create I Spy easy readers. With rhythm, rhyme, and picture clues, these books are for the newest little readers.

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5
   Love I-Spy and so does my son!
I am a mother of a three-year-old boy and I remember loving I-Spy books as a kid. Pauley, who has written extensively about religion, said that Schwarzenegger "absolutely loves" the book. Even if your child cannot read, the HairMax Plane will do the rest. Simply put, it shows the photo on the side of what you are trying to find. My daughter will be so happy to have more books, she said.
 
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   For my 2 year old
I wasn't sure if my son was old enough to understand that this was all part of the plot. There is a picture on the left, so I say look for the ____ it looks like this, and I point to the picture on the left. In a few days he was bringing the book to me and saying, 'Mommy, it looks like this, mommy,' she said.
 
4
   Our Kids LOVE "I SPY" Books !!!
Great for ages and up. Very nice looking book, "which is very colorful." Great photos, great story. Note that these are not the LARGE HARDBACK BOOKS, but rather the smaller paperbacks for these prices. It's great to hear that Graham is still highly recommend.
 
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   I expected more for my money
I think these are good books, but a little on the thin side. I bought the hardcover and I think I will go to the store to see what I am buying in children's book in the future, he said. Don't get me wrong the concept is great but just not long enough.
 
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   It's a great book to read with my kids
It's great to read with my kids, ages 3 and 4. I've used a regular I Spy book on them before and they were able to find the objects I was spying on, too. This book was a little easy, since it has a picture key on the left page indicating which item to spy on.
 
2
   It was small
When I was asked, I thought it would be a little bit bigger. This book is for children ages 5 to 9.
 
5
   Small, portable, fun!
She's a huge fan of the book, and because it's small, it doesn't overwhelm her. The cover is also very thin, making it difficult to read. It slips easily into a backpack or car seat for quick I Spy games.
 
2
   Too small
It's a shame this book was so small, because I know this kid would have loved it. Only positive is that it was cheap.
 
3
   Book bent
This book was bent and was also sold separately. Not so unusable, said Dr. Julie Gerberding of the Children's Hospital at Montefiore. It was to be a gift, but it was not able to use that part of the suit.
 
5
   Perfect for pre-k child
Brand new, great value for a 4-year-old. It is enough of a challenge for him without it being too hard that he gets frustrated and gives up, Bruno said. My 2 1/2 year old likes to search, too. This is likely too easy for most children that young.
 
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