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by S. Rukmini,Eric Hill

ePub Where's Spot? (The dual language collection) (English and Tamil Edition) download
S. Rukmini,Eric Hill
Roy Yates Books (July 15, 2002)
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  • This book is EXCELLENT! I purchased the hardcover because I like bigger books (check the dimensions of the book on the listing to make sure the size fits your needs). I work with preschool and elementary school students and this book is great for teaching spatial concepts (under, behind, in). Plus it's super fun and it's really easy to facilitate conversation during it...which is so important for language development ("is he in the closet? No..What's in the closet? What sound does it make? Etc....). There are so many ways you can use this to teach kiddos, it's a must have in my mind. The kids love it too so they don't even won't get bored of the teaching and/or story!

  • My toddler loves this book so much we had to buy a second copy of it. A few of the flaps came off of our first copy out of sheer excitement of trying to find Spot, so we ordered a backup copy. When it arrived in the mail, our now 18 month old squealed, grabbed it and has asked us to read it at least twice a day since then. It's pure joy on the little guy's face when everything behind a flap tells him "no" and then he finally finds Spot at the end. It's short enough that it keeps his attention and short enough that it's tolerable for parents that might have to read it over and over and over.

  • One of my 1-year old twins favorite books right now, by far! Cute story, pictures are engaging but simple enough for little ones to follow, and they love the lift-the-flaps. I think one of my boys said his first word ("dog") while looking back and forth between Spot in the book and one of our dogs. Highly recommend for toddlers!

  • I bought this for my niece, she loves it. My 3 year old niece loves her electronics, but if you give her the option of this book or the phone, she will choose the book. When I get tired of reading it to her, I find it on YouTube where a lady has out recorded with her reading it. Win win! She first read it at the library. She never wants to leave Spot.

  • I had never seen this charming book as a board book. The doors for Spot are not very sturdy so I'm reluctant to give it to a toddler. It seems better to be read together as a before bed story with the mother or father opening the doors with their child.

  • Part of the excitement in this book is that the flaps are so thin as to be extra-secretive; they look like they melt right into the page. This is a great board book, but the flip-up sections are closer to paper than cardboard. Handle gently for some “see spot” fun!

  • Learned about this book and series from professional to keep kids engrossed while acclimating to studio camera room--can be scary for first-timers. "Try others; this is only one that works every time," was instruction. It does, and have no idea why it has such appeal for such a wide age range. One flap, one question per double page spread. Returning kid customers would ask for it. Is one of a series, but used this Spot book exclusively for studio. Have grandson who was perfect age for it--2 years old. Gave him several more. Last one was "Spot Goes to School." Same format--all are--but boy was 6--late birthday. Still can't figure out appeal, but know books are sturdy, glossy, well-made and hold up though lots of readings. Adults start changing names, etc. after reading to little ones for-ev-er. Can't beat this series.

  • My son received Where's Spot? as a gift for his first birthday (33 years ago!) and it was his favorite book. We read it so many times that several of the flaps came off and had to be re-attached. My grandson reads the same old book, and has loved it from the beginning too. We are attending a baby shower where books were requested, and I knew this was the perfect choice!