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{I Spy Little Bunnies: Jean Marzollo}I Spy Little Bunnies by Jean Marzollo
Series: I Spy: A Book of Picture Riddles
Published by Cartwheel Books on January 1, 2019
Genres: Childrens
Pages: 24
Format: Hardcover
Source: Scholastic Press
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{Synopsis} – This bestselling board book now has a shiny new holographic cover.

Preschoolers will find bunnies galore, as well as other fun objects, in this search-and-find board book by Jean Marzollo and Walter Wick.

Picture clues and rhyming riddles guide young readers through twelve delightful puzzles.

{My thoughts} – I have always been a huge fan of I Spy Books. This particular book is more Easter based and I feel it would make an excellent Easter Basket present for Children. I am always a fan of cute books and excellent gifts for children.

This little book is full of nice little rhymes on one page and then a picture of various objects on the next page. In this book there is mostly bunnies. I think that the bunnies could be slightly cuter. However, since the pictures are rather small it does make for a lot less space for things to be spread out and hidden within them.

I really like like how there are various objects spread out on each picture page. It gives the parent the opportunity to help teach children word and picture identification for many other objects on the pages. Many of the pictures are bright and very much appealing to children. My daughter really enjoyed having this book read to her, and pointing to all the objects and having me tell her what they were.

I recommend this book for young children. It helps them to learn word association. It helps them to increase their vocabulary. There are so many things that children can learn by having these books read to them.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.