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Picture Book of the Day: Look! Another Book!

Seek and Find Picture Books for Kids

My son and I love Seek and Find picture books. We even find things to find in picture books where the items are somewhat secret. Picture books that are also games make reading interactive and fun! Look! Another Book! by Bob Staake My son loves search and find books and we both fell in love with Look! A Book! a few years ago. His new book is equally wonderful! Staake’s delightful artwork include die-cuts in the shape of different size circles highlighting details of his illustrations. We also like the rhyming text that tells you what to find. There are 125 things to find in total. Once you go through the book, there is a flap that lifts up towards the end of the book listing more items to find and count: 1 panda, 2 lions, 3 canoes, 4 pumpkins, 5 teapots, 6 big pencils, 7 soccer balls, 8 ghosts, 9 robots, 10 slices of cake, 11 blueberry bagels and 12 green books. This is the tricky part because the items are scattered throughout the book but it makes this Seek and Find book last longer since it’s impossible to remember where everything. Each re-read is still challenging and fun!

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By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom

8 Comments

  1. I hate Seek and find books as I stink at it! Honestly, I can never notice the most obvious things. I tend to focus on the graphics, or the story and then the little ones laugh at me for being so lame in it! :)
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  2. Looks like a winner for my three year old twin grandchildren!

  3. I so love secret hiding things in books and seek and find books. This looks like a good one, and it’s going right on Pinterest.
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  4. This looks absolutely delightful! Will definitely look for a copy! Pinning to my 6-9yo board, too :)
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    • Thanks MaryAnne,
      Bob Staake’s books are awesome!!! We love them! My 8-year-old son was so excited for the sequel and he’s really into Percy Jackson right now, so I was glad to see that Seek and Find picture books still appeal to kids as they get older and read “harder” books.
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