I SPY™ Christmas Pack

by Jean Marzollo illustrated by Walter Wick
Short Summary
These holiday-themed search-and-find books are filled with snowflakes, angels, and more festive surprises to discover.

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About this Series

These books of creatively composed photographs are packed with all sorts of things to find. By following the rhyming clues and searching the photos, kids can spot tiny toys, colorful buttons, and other everyday objects. Seek-and-find books like these help prepare children for reading, because the ability to tell the difference between objects is the same skill children will need to be able to distinguish the shapes of letters and words. From board books to ultimate challengers, I SPY books provide hours of interactive fun and investigation.

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Product Details

  • ISBN 13: 978-0-439-02192-0

About the Author

When she was a child, Jean Marzollo's favorite book was A Child's Garden of Verses by Robert Louis Stevenson. Of the I SPY books, Marzollo says, "I can't write the riddles ahead of time without restricting [Walter Wick's] artistic freedom. So I write them while he is constructing his visually stunning sets. I suggest ideas for the pictures and objects that fit the rhyme of the riddles. The process is collaborative. The final riddles are written when the photos are done."

Walter Wick describes his unique style in this way: "I was organizing screws, paper clips, and other odds and ends. As I began sorting, I liked the way the objects looked spread out in my light box. After hours of careful arranging, I took a picture. This photograph of odds and ends was the spark that helped inspire the first I SPY book!"