Welcome to the garden! There's lots to see. Come and have a look! See what you can spot in the garden with this great search and find book! Look for hidden objects, read fascinating facts, and lose yourself in fun, busy scenes. There's so much to spot!
Baby snail is hiding on every page, can you find her? Look for hidden objects as you work your way through each scene, from the veg patch, to the busy pond, to the animals that come out at night. Wonderfully detailed, bold illustrations of busy scenes will keep your child entertained for hours, while they learn fun animal facts along the way - perfect for rainy days or long journeys!
The back of the book contains extra spot activities, "Did you Know?" facts, and fun craft ideas to get children engaged with nature and the world around them.
With many different topics to choose from, the 'Spot The...' series is guaranteed to keep children, age 4-7, entertained and engaged.
Other titles in the "Spot The..." series:Spot the Shark in the Ocean Spot the Snail in the Garden Spot the Dinosaur on the Island Spot the Monkey in the Jungle Spot the Seal around the World Spot the Bird of the Construction SiteSpot the Mouse on the Move Spot the Zebra at the Zoo Spot the Mummy at the Museum Spot the Lamb on the Farm Spot the Robot in Space
Stella Maidment has written story books, puzzle books, activity books, and retellings of classics. Her work includes a major updating of Enid Blyton’s Noddy stories, and, with a co-author, the creation of a best-selling course for teaching English as a foreign language to elementary school children.
Joelle Dreidemy has drawn and painted for as long as she can remember. After graduating from the prestigious Emile Cohl School she moved to Paris, where she now illustrates for English, American, French, and Korean publishers.
Emilano Migliardo is a cartoon illustrator who has worked in the industry for over 10 years. Ever since watching cartoons such as The Pink Panther, The Three Stooges, and Benny Hill, Emilano had always aspired to be a cartoonist himself. His work is well defined, fun, and very colorful.