EYE SPY takes children on a whirlwind tour of how eyes work and lets them lift-the-flaps to find out how animals as different as dogs and chameleons see the same scene. An eye-opening experience guaranteed to fuel their natural curiosity.
Ever wondered what your cat is watching out of the window? Or how having eyes on the sides of its head changes the world for a horse? And what would life be like if we couldn’t see the whole rainbow or—even stranger—could see in four or five colours instead of only three?
From Guillaume Duprat, winner of the Bologna Ragazzi Non-fiction Illustrator Award, comes EYE SPY, a unique book that uses lift-the-flap interactivity to allow children to see the world through the eyes of their favourite animals – every page is a surprise!
EYE SPY takes children on a whirlwind tour of how eyes work and lets them lift-the-flaps to find out how animals as different as dogs, owls, and chameleons see the same scene. It’s a truly eye-opening experience guaranteed to fuel and satisfy the curiosity of any animal-lover.
“THIS BOOK IS CLEVER!
You see the eyes of different creatures,
and then you get to see the world the way they do.“
– Elizabeth Bird, School Library Journal
Height: 330 mm
Width: 245 mm
Length: 40 pages
Published: 1 October 2018
Hardback – Full-colour illustration and lift-the-flap throughout
National Geographic Kids Magazine
"Thought flap-up books were just for little 'uns? Think again. This interactive read reveals what the world looks like through animals' eyes! Eye-mazing!"
"A beautifully put-together book exploring the different ways animals see."