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|October 1, 1999

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Welcome to I Spy Harbor, where you will stumble upon a treasure map and a pirate who offers clues in rhyme. From stormy Lighthouse Point to a treasure trove of gold and jewels, this I Spy tour de force is an eyeful of fun.
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|October 1, 1998

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This new offering contains favorite photographs from the original seven "I Spy" books-paired with new, super-challenging riddles for a breathtaking "I Spy" workout.
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|February 1, 2012

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A meerkat family is on a round-the-world vacation trip, and kids who open this book are challenged to locate those roaming animals in a series of large, colorful, detail-packed street scenes. The meerkatsâ?? travels take them to Moscowâ??s Red Square and New…
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|June 1, 2001

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From the Penobscots, Passaquamoddies, Puritans, and pilgrims, to the proud people "Down East," L is for Lobster is the alphabet book for all Mainers. The rhymes and text woven through A to Z teach children about the many wonders of this great vacationland. Open…
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|October 1, 2001

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The Two-Can Discovery Guides series is a fantastic way to discover the worlds of history, nature and science. The book is filled with activities that challenge kids to try out ideas for themselves. Quiz questions encourage kids to look closely at each page, and…
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|February 15, 2005

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From the ghosts of the 19th-century stage to the astonishing, galactic worlds of Star Wars, this title from veteran science writer Miller offers a fascinating overview of special effects. Miller points out that movies themselves are an illusion, and the first…