Spot's back in a new lift-the-flap adventure--and now he has a baby sister. Spot learns that having Susie around may be fun, but baby sisters take a lot of work. Eric Hill's bright and simple art and oversized flaps make this the perfect choice for toddlers. Full color.
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Eric Hill published his first Spot title, Where's Spot, in 1980 and was the pioneer of lift-the-flap books. He is now the author of over 50 Spot books in various formats including sticker books, noisy books and lift-the-flap story books and there are 40 million Spot books in print in 60 countires around the world. Eric works from his home in Massachussetts, USA.From Publishers Weekly:
Spot, that ever-popular brown-and-yellow puppy, is back, and his parents have a surprise for him: a baby sister named Susie. Soon after Susie's arrival, Helen (a blue hippo) and Tom (a green alligator) arrive and want to play with Spot and Susie. But Susie runs off with Spot's new bone and disappears. Tom, Helen and Spot search all over for her, and eventually find her under the table, sound asleep. Just when the three settle down to read a book, Susie wakes up and is ready to play again. Hill's other Spot books ( Where's Spot? and Spot Goes to School , among them), with their bright colors and simple storylines, are perfect for very young children, and thisnewest tale is no exception. The introduction of Susie further extends Spot's close-knit community, and siblings will easily identify with the arrival of a new family member. Ages 1-3.
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Book Description Puffin, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0140552987