Network Spy. Publisher: Sumit Birla Downloads: 91, Spy Cleaner Gold. Editors' rating. Publisher: Topdownloads Downloads: , Publisher: Spy Software Downloads: 82, Have you ever played the I-spy game? Debut artist Edward Gibbs takes the game to a whole new level in this picture book with spy holes. Peeking through the pages, children will be able to spot a different colored animal every time, and guess what it is using a simple, factual clue.
Bold illustrations and die-cut holes will absorb young readers as they learn about colors and animal names. Get A Copy. Hardcover , 32 pages. More Details Edward Gibbs' I Spy. Other Editions 4.
Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Oct 02, Jessica rated it really liked it Shelves: pretty-pictures-wish-we-had. I get a lot of board books out of the library for my one-year-old and most of them are just okay; this is the first one that I'm definitely going to buy a copy of for us to keep.
The art is ridiculously gorgeous and I know I'll never get tired of looking at these illustrations. My kid's too young to get the guessing game, in which you see an eye through a hole and read a clue before turning the page to reveal the whole animal, but it's a great use of cutaways and of the board book format, and sh I get a lot of board books out of the library for my one-year-old and most of them are just okay; this is the first one that I'm definitely going to buy a copy of for us to keep.
My kid's too young to get the guessing game, in which you see an eye through a hole and read a clue before turning the page to reveal the whole animal, but it's a great use of cutaways and of the board book format, and she loves to flip through it by herself and is fascinated by the holes in the pages.
I think she likes the pictures too, though, well, who knows. I had no idea that once I had this baby I'd be reading about and looking at pictures of animals pretty much constantly, pointing at various pictures of lions and roaring at least three times a day with a strange sense of urgency and no letup in sight.
It's like we're preparing our children for some kind of wildlife safari in which they'll need to interact with giraffes and elephants and must be drilled daily on the characteristics of all the most famous African beasts, which is so weird because I'm pretty sure once they're, like, five, they'll never need to think about wild animals again for the rest of their lives But even in the context of my being a little sick of animal books, this one is awesome and I'm going to look into the sequels -- I Spy Under the Sea and I Spy Pets -- to see if they're as good and as beautiful as I Spy.
View all 10 comments. Jul 07, Debrarian rated it it was amazing Shelves: read-alouds , picture-book , animals , storytime-preschool , storytime-toddler. Tonight I read this gorgeous guessing book to two small sisters clad in pajamas. Each page gave a clue: I spy with my little eye It has a long trunk Anya, only two, hedged until I turned the page to reveal Gibbs' wonderfully creased elephant.
We pondered large leathery beasts. The girls' baby curls glowed in the slanty evening sunshine. They hippety-hopped up and down, riveted by the dramatic tension. We tur Tonight I read this gorgeous guessing book to two small sisters clad in pajamas.
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Edit Details Official Sites: Official site. Country: UK. Language: English. Color: Color. Edit page. Add episode. Other players attempt to guess this object. It is often played as a car game. One player is chosen to be the Spy, and they silently select an object that is visible to all the players.
They do not announce their choice,  and instead say, "I spy with my little eye something beginning with Other players then have to guess the chosen object. Traditionally players ask directly about particular possibilities "Is it a tree? Once a guesser has correctly identified the object, they become the Spy for the next round and the game starts again.
The Spy cannot change the object once it has been chosen. In situations where players are traveling from place to place through the course of the game, such as a car journey, players may agree that any chosen object should remain visible, rather than an item such as a particular street sign which will only be visible for a few moments when the game begins. We get and are bombarded by plenty of opinions and interpretations of history.
It was a relief to be left alone to ponder these soldiers' accounts for oneself. Some particular points that stood out to me: I was surprised by how some writers were themselves surprised by the ferocity, anger and hatred of the Allied soldiers they encountered in battle. This struck me as both naive and ignorant, but I also realize I can only dimly imagine how their perspective was shaped by the German political and cultural experience.
They also mentioned how they viewed their mission as defending Europe as part of a broader pan-European coalition against Communism, international corporations and finance, etc. Reference was made more than once to non-German personnel serving as part of the German forces.
The execution of Allied soldiers by SS troops in particular was familiar to me from reading about the Battle of the Bulge and the Russian front, but it sounds like it was quite widespread based on these D-Day accounts. The inclusion of this point, very unfavorable to the German cause, deepens my respect for the trustworthiness of these interviews. Finally, the detailed descriptions of the gruesomeness of World War II combat is another example of the work's authenticity and accuracy.
First and foremost, this book is fake. No Dieter Eckhertz worked for Signal in the war. This make me question if the author is a real person as well. Then there is the publishers: Sprech Media doesn't have a website which for a book publishers is very very odd.
There are also no footnotes which raise a major eyebrow for a historical book. I can go on and on. This book is just lies. This book appears to be a blatant fake. Full of inconsistencies the first guy says "I had never seen rockets before" but later the same day says "I had seen these rockets before in Italy" , the th division did not exist, the first guy is the sole survivor of 3 different battles on D-Day, timelines are wrong vehicles in locations that vehicles didn't get to on D-Day, etc.
I have been to Normandy many times over the last 30 years Apparently everyone was fantastic shots! The word "rockets" is used 45 times! There is nothing anywhere on the internet about this book or author in German wouldn't you publish first in your native language? Wouldn't there be a website or any record of this author? See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews.
Like most readers, I took these claims at face value when I started reading the books. The final account of book 2 was what finally tripped the alarms on the fake-ometer. The interviewee, name of Bergmann, supposedly relates a tale of how the Germans had a fully developed thermobaric fuel-air weapon deployed and operational and ready to be used to destroy the port of Calais if the allies took it.
A weapon of that type, if it works efficiently, produces several times the explosive effect of a conventional bomb of the same weight.
He was literally moments away from launch and turning the tide of the war when by sheer luck an allied fighter-bomber destroyed the launch vehicle. For vague reasons relating to shortage of aluminium, they never built another of these devastating wonder weapons.
My immediate reaction was that Bergmann was a fantasist. Unfortunately, a little digging reveals that Bergmann is not a fantasist, but a fantasy.
Read the one-star reviews for books 1 and 2 and the compilation volume. No-one is able to trace the author. No-one is able to trace his grandfather. Those accounts that can be matched contradict more reliable sources. Put all that together with the concerns outlined in my second paragraph and it adds up to fraud.“EyeSpy understands hospitality – we’ve used them for years, and the insight they’ve provided us has been priceless – there’s no better service partner.”.