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Little Detectives at Home: A Look and Find Book

Little Detectives at Home A Look and Find Book Take out your magnifying glass and have fun searching for objects scattered around the house Have you seen the cupcake in the kitchen Can you spot the scissors in the attic How about the ladder in the

  • Title: Little Detectives at Home: A Look and Find Book
  • Author: Baretti
  • ISBN: 9782981580795
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Board Book
  • Take out your magnifying glass and have fun searching for objects scattered around the house Have you seen the cupcake in the kitchen Can you spot the scissors in the attic How about the ladder in the bathroom There are so many things to see The book contains vibrant illustrations of every room in the house, each bursting with colorful creatures and objects An illustTake out your magnifying glass and have fun searching for objects scattered around the house Have you seen the cupcake in the kitchen Can you spot the scissors in the attic How about the ladder in the bathroom There are so many things to see The book contains vibrant illustrations of every room in the house, each bursting with colorful creatures and objects An illustrated list at the bottom of the page indicates the objects to find so that even little ones car join in the fun LOOK and FIND books help little detectives develop their vocabulary and sharpen their observation skills.

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    1. Thanks for Netgalley and respective publisher.Another children-picture book.Cute with all accountable things about Home.Kids must enjoy this book, which would enhance their mind's illustrations.Highly recommended to moms.


    2. When I saw this book it reminded me a lot of the Richard Scary books my children loved so I thought I would try it out with my grandson. He is almost 4 so I thought it would be a good one for him and I to look at together. He was quite captivated for the first few pages as we searched for items and talked about what was happening in the picture, but then he lost interest. That is not to say this is not a good book, you just need to decide what the attention span is of the person you are using it [...]


    3. I think this is a brilliant idea - a picture book full of things for little ones to find, and become 'detectives'. There is plenty going on in each picture, and it took me a little while to find each of the objects so I'm sure for the little ones it'll provide plenty of amusement! It's a great way also to learn new vocabulary and ask lots of questions, i.e. 'what's that?', 'what is that for?' There are other books in the detectives range and I'm sure they'll offer hours of fun!(ARC received from [...]


    4. Little Detectives At Home A LOOK and FIND Book. Illustrations by Sonia Baretti. Chouette Publishing. CrackBoom! Books. This is a fun way to teach children to look for details. There are lots of normal household items and brightly colored toys to find. Highly recommend. Thanks to NetGalley, Chouette Publishing and CrackBoom! Books for providing this ebook for review.


    5. After reading and reviewing Little Detectives at School, I knew I wanted to check out this book also. It didn't disappoint. As a fourth grade teacher, I had an end of the year activity that I did with my class to review poetry concepts. We used the model of the popular I Spy books to make our own versions. This book is geared for younger readers, but it would be enjoyable for older siblings or cousins to read with them as well. I enjoy the format and the "be a detective" section at the bottom of [...]


    6. I am a big fan of this style of book. Kids can spend countless hours searching for suggested objects and then show pure delight when they are discovered. These are books that the whole family, young and old, can participate in."Little Detectives At Home" is targeted to wee ones and the home that they reside in. Each page features one particular room and it's jam-packed full of familiar objects that a young child can easily recognize. Kids can put on their detective hat, grab their magnifying gla [...]


    7. A standard look and find book with fun illustrations. This book asks on each page what time is it. So you have to find the time, and learn to read a clock. I like this activity. Plus, at the end there are even more activities for the little reader to go back and look for, or count. One thing, that is just something I noticed. I do not think it changes the story what so ever, but it appears to be a polygamous family. In every scene there is 3 adults. Maybe one is a much older sister/brother, and [...]


    8. This is like the series of find the monsters books that are popular right now, but simpler, for younger children. It actually reminds me of the app game where you have to find a number of objects hidden in a landscape in a certain amount of time. The difference here is that the scenes are populated by animals acting as humans, though it’s a bit strange that, for example, you have to find a mouse, but it’s the tiny mouse, not the human-sized mouse having breakfast with the other animals. Ther [...]


    9. I read the ARC copy that provided on NetGalley and love it.I really consider to buy it for my nephew or niece. They would have a good time playing with the book.The book is colorful and attractive. Each page had an interactive section to help the game more interesting.However, I noticed some item that needed to be found not only shown once and can make a confusion. Maybe it's intentional, but I'm not really agree with that.Anyhow, a great book. Perfect for gift. A fun read.


    10. *thank you to NetGalley for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*3.5 stars.An interaction book for little kids! This will appeal to little kids as the pictures are very colourful. Its a fun book, one to read with your children and having both of you having enjoyment in finding the items on each page. Only issue is that I wish it was longer. It felt too short.


    11. A novel and interesting way of teaching kids to recognize items, time and colors, such as; whether or not it is bedtime or playtime and other little interesting stuff. This is similar to an hidden object game only with kids in mind. I think it’s sought of cute with its vibrant colors and quirky illustrations.


    12. An arc was provided generously in exchange of an honest review via Netgalley.*The book has 6 scenes, a lot of details and animals. You can ask your kid to name things, to find them, to count them and to tell the time. However I didn't like that animals ate cupcakes and bread with chocolate paste at breakfast. This is not what I want my kid to think in as normal.


    13. I loved these books when I was younger and would definitely recommend this one.It has just the right amount of fun and learning for little ones. 5 stars


    14. Like the other book in the series (Little Detectives At Home) I really enjoyed this book. There are so many things to look at and find within the book and I love the extra activities on the end page. Very engaging and would definitely add it to my shopping list.


    15. Recommended board book.This is a cute book, a bit like Where's Wally for much younger children. There are six images, each one illustrating a room in a house. In each of these rooms there are numerous characters and objects and the idea is to find each of eight items, illustrated along the bottom of the page.The recommended age for this book is 3 to 5 years but I tried it out with my eldest grandchild who is almost 2. We only attempted one page but she was fascinated by all the animal characters [...]



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