I Spy Fantasy: A Book of Picture Riddles

With 24 million copies sold, the bestselling I Spy series is being relaunched with new designs and foil covers.

This bestselling book features riddles that send readers searching through 13 photographs that feature fantastical settings!

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  1. Teaching and Old Dog to do New Tricks This book in the “I Spy” series was a long-lasting adventure for my children, ages 3 and 5. They were able to complete many of the riddles on their own, working together to solve them. Then we (the parents) jumped in, and we were hooked immediately. Once we solved all the riddles, we then used the “extra-credit” suggestions in the back. That prompted us to make up our OWN riddles from the pictures. Then, it got interesting….one day, Poppy (Grandpa) came to visit, and…

  2. Fantasy in Every Page! Unless your memory is photographic, you will find it challenging to find the things described in these rhyming riddles to be a brand new each time you open this. Pretty soon, the items in the puzzle all look alike. Growing a little weary of looking, you eventually call out for help, which makes these a great family time. Funny but the older the person the more frustration they seem to have. My children’s grandfather still gets so amazed with these then he gives up and says ” its not on…

  3. A review of I Spy Fantasy We have numerous I Spy books, including Fantasy, Mystery, Treasure Hunt, and even Ultimate Challenger. I use these books as a great way to pass time. There are a bunch of great riddles in here, so take a good look inside Amazon’s “Search Inside” feature to see if you can solve the first riddle (the city riddle). 

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