Can You See What I See? Out of This World: Picture Puzzles

Can You See What I See? Out of This World: Picture Puzzles to Search and Solve A Princess meets a Robot in the newest Can You See What I See title Rhyming text set readers the challenge of finding a list of items in each scene This newest offering from the picture puzzle wizard features some of the most beautiful photography to date Grades 3 5. Walter Wick s new search and find adventure in the NEW YORK TIMES bestselling series OUT OF THIS WORLD, the ninth title in this search and find series, follows two characters from two separate, very different worlds until their worlds collide In the end, we learn that these two worlds really aren t that different at all They both come from the same place a child s playroom Walter Wick s fantastic photographs bring the princess and the robot worlds together through a series of search and find activitiesAmazing photographs accompany a terrific search and find game by Walter Wick, the creator of the NEW YORK TIMES bestselling Can You See What I See series and the photographer of the internationally successful I Spy series While I like this series, they are too easy for me This book was a little goofy I like using these books for a rythym and poetry use, but the rythym wasn t right.If you are looking for a book that s pretty simple to read, I recommend this book While I like this series, they are too easy for me This book was a little goofy I like using these books for a rythym and poetry use, but the rythym wasn t right.If you are looking for a book that s pretty simple to read, I recommend this book Standard look into the picture and find the hidden items book Fun for you and your kids. The amazing details in the photographs will draw readers in while the unique storyline of a robot and a princess meeting will keep them guessing about what might happen next. In this title of the Can you see what I see series, a medieval princess wakes up in her castle bedroom and sees a wide eyed robot in her crystal ball The time traveling robot gets lost and lands his spaceship in her kingdom where he is regaled with a feast There are twelve vibrant spreads, each with a simple verse that directs readers to find a myriad of objects Most items are standard vocabulary words for elementary readers However, objects like aquatic pair, celestial lace, or pe In this title of the Can you see what I see series, a medieval princess wakes up in her castle bedroom and sees a wide eyed robot in her crystal ball The time traveling robot gets lost and lands his spaceship in her kingdom where he is regaled with a feast There are twelve vibrant spreads, each with a simple verse that directs readers to find a myriad of objects Most items are standard vocabulary words for elementary readers However, objects like aquatic pair, celestial lace, or peacock crown may require the help of an adult and advanced language skills The photographs are mesmerizing and immediately draw in the reader An afterword by the author gives readers insight into the complexity of creating these books These books are popular and often asked for by middle school readers The spreads are colorful and slick but the poor binding will not hold up for multiple circulations Purchase if needed for elementary libraries it would be helpful for ELL or special populations Middle school readers are notorious for circling the objects on each page, thereby depriving others the enjoyment the book offers As a child, I loved hidden picture books although none of them contained such beautiful color photos as this one Wick approaches the twelve two page spread scenes with two main characters, a medieval princess and a time traveling robot Two divergent themes that manage to work together beautifully Next to each scene the child is asked to find several objects in the picture either as one single object or in multiples This book is targeted for ages four through eight A child can use this book As a child, I loved hidden picture books although none of them contained such beautiful color photos as this one Wick approaches the twelve two page spread scenes with two main characters, a medieval princess and a time traveling robot Two divergent themes that manage to work together beautifully Next to each scene the child is asked to find several objects in the picture either as one single object or in multiples This book is targeted for ages four through eight A child can use this book over and over progressively becomingskilled in the game.Wick has a whole series of these puzzle books This is my first pick, there is no doubt that I will be investigating others in the series What a fun way for a family to spend an afternoon


About the Author: Walter Wick

Is a well known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Can You See What I See? Out of This World: Picture Puzzles to Search and Solve book, this is one of the most wanted Walter Wick author readers around the world.


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