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Jean Marzollo - I Spy Little Letters

I Spy Little Letters

Author: Jean Marzollo; Illustrator: Walter Wick

  • AGES 3 - 5 
  • Genre Non-Fiction
See the picture? Now read the clue. Then start looking for everything! A is for apple and airplane and ant. But where are they? Are those balloons on the letter B? See the snow-white ice on the cold letter C? Alright, the D is dotty, the E is a soft pink eraser, the F is on fire, and the G is glittery. But where are these other objects that begin with those letters?

Come along for a jolly trip through the alphabet and find a jeweled J, a lacy L, a rough and rocky R, and total pleasure on every page, all the way to the zebra-striped Z. Toddlers and preschoolers can search photos from the original I SPY series for letters to help them learn the alphabet. Simple picture clues and rhyming riddles guide the youngest readers through 14 interactive, fun-filled spreads. First time for this series to be in a kid-friendly, 8x8 paperback format. Learning the ABCs is a matter of searching and identifying in this terrifically entertaining game of I SPY.