Eye Spy Singapore

Eye Spy Singapore : A look and find activity book

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Description

Come along with Ling and Kamal on an island-wide adventure as they play their favourite game, Eye Spy Singapore! Learn incredible facts about the Garden City and uncover hidden treasures all across the island. Bursting with colourful scenes from around Singapore, this interactive look-and-find book will provide hours of problem-solving, puzzle fun. Children will enjoy exploring the illustrations, picking out and counting the objects, while developing skills in numeracy, reading, matching, and identification.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 32 pages
  • 229 x 267 x 11mm | 434g
  • Singapore, Singapore
  • English
  • Illustrations, unspecified
  • 9814893463
  • 9789814893466
  • 521,918

About Pippa Chorley

The Author Pippa Chorley, author of Counting Sheep and Stuffed!, grew up in a picturesque village in England. As a child, she spent her time inventing stories in her garden and creating magical worlds in the woods on their family dog walks. Trained as a primary school teacher, Pippa loves to write stories for children that take them on their own adventures into imaginary worlds. Pippa now lives in sunny Singapore with her husband, their three children, and springer spaniel called Jasper! A passionate advocate for Singapore's cultural diversity, rich history, and beautiful nature, Pippa couldn't wait to create Eye Spy Singapore and celebrate everything that makes Singapore a special place to live.

The Illustrator David Liew has been drawing since he was able to hold a pencil. As an illustrator, David has worked on many children's storybook series, including the Plano Adventures, Ellie Belly, and The Adventures of Squirky the Alien. His most recent work is a non-fiction illustrated series, Change Makers: Invisible Enemies with author, Hwee Goh. When David is not creating worlds with his art, he is building them in the form of miniature landscapes and tabletop displays. He is the Regional Advisor for the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) in Singapore.
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