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I Spy Super Challenger!: A Book of Picture Riddles




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All new, more difficult riddles for I Spy fans.School Library JournalPreS-Gr 4Wick's spectacularly photographed, double-page spreads are taken from favorites such as I Spy Funhouse (1993) and I Spy School Days (1995, both Scholastic). Marzollo's cleverly written new rhyming couplets encourage readers to seek a new batch of items. Playing cards, beads, dominos, blocks, and other trinkets are all arranged attractively and with wit, yet this does not lessen the difficulty of locating the sought-after objects. Extending the usefulness of what might otherwise be a "once through" book are the "Extra Credit Riddles"couplets that refer back to the pictures on the earlier pages, but for which no specific page is identified. Just as Marzollo created new riddles for this book, children are invited to create more rhymes and riddles of their own based on the pictures.Linda Greengrass, Bank Street College Library, New York City

All new, more difficult riddles for I Spy fans.School Library JournalPreS-Gr 4Wick's spectacularly photographed, double-page spreads are taken from favorites such as I Spy Funhouse (1993) and I Spy School Days (1995, both Scholastic). Marzollo's cleverly written new rhyming couplets encourage readers to seek a new batch of items. Playing cards, beads, dominos, blocks, and other trinkets are all arranged attractively and with wit, yet this does not lessen the difficulty of locating the sought-after objects. Extending the usefulness of what might otherwise be a "once through" book are the "Extra Credit Riddles"couplets that refer back to the pictures on the earlier pages, but for which no specific page is identified. Just as Marzollo created new riddles for this book, children are invited to create more rhymes and riddles of their own based on the pictures.Linda Greengrass, Bank Street College Library, New York City

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