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 colors instead of only three?
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. The perfect non-fiction companion to best seller Brendan Wenzel’s They All Saw a Cat, 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: 13 in
Width: 9.6 in
Length: 40 pages
Published: 1 October 2018
Hardback – Full-color illustration and lift-the-flap throughout