Where's Spot? by Eric Hill
  

Where's Spot?

Written by Eric Hill
Part of the Spot - Original Lift the Flap Series

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This is definitely one of those ‘essential experiences’ of childhood. Children identify brilliantly with the naughty little dog through some big bold illustrations, simple text and lots of flaps revealing Spot’s many friends. A real classic first published 25 years ago but as fresh and contemporary now as it was then.

Synopsis

Where's Spot? by Eric Hill

Readers are encouraged to help Spot's mother Sally find Spot, by looking in many places, including behind the door and in the piano.

About the Author

Eric Hill

Eric Hill (1927 - 2014) was the creator of Spot – the phenomenally popular spotted dog. The year 2000 marked 20 years since the publication of the first book Where's Spot? and today the young pup has millions of fans all around the world.

In 1983, Eric Hill and his family moved to California. Eric remained involved in the development of all Spot projects at every stage.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
12 pages
Interest Age: From 2

Author

Eric Hill
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Publisher

Penguin Books Ltd

Publication date

27th October 1983

ISBN

9780723263661

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