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The unfortunate part about this book was that a lot of the sea creatures are creatures that even I don’t know their actual name of. For example, you’re shown a picture of 4 to 6 different creatures prior to seeing the letter of the alphabet and asked which one starts with the letter D? Well don’t be surprised if it’s not for dolphin! They had very strange creatures in this book and asking our 3 year olds what started if each letter was very difficult!
This is not an "I Spy" Book. False advertising. An "I Spy" book has dozens on items on each page for a child to look through to find something. This is simply an alphabet book with a few pictures on each page. Useless and a waste of money. Buy something different.
In the center of this book was another entire book: Anne Hutcinsons Way by Jeannine Atkins and pictures by Michael Dooling. I wouldn't have minded getting an extra book so much except that the pages in the second book were clipped and it wasn't entirely readable.
This book is a little different than most I Spy books. Instead of things a 2-5 year old would know and point to on the page, the little one will learn new animals in this book. Instead of just a fun book, it is a learning book about Ocean animals. A couple of examples are... Q.is for Quohog. I looked it up on Google. I is for Isopod. I also looked that one up on Google. Two of the fish I have a problem with introducing 2-5 year old minds to. It could just be me. You've decide. Vampire Squid. Killer Whale