on 6 June 2016
The aim of these lovely little books is try and spot as many of the things listed (with photographs) inside as you can. You get various points scores for each thing you spot - usually 5, 10, 15 or 20 - and when you've got 1,000 points you can send off for a certificate.
This book contains mostly lorries rather than diggers and suchlike (as you might think from the cover). My son is only 4 so he can't fill the book in by himself, but if an adult sits with him and helps him to spot the lorries and trucks etc. he loves it. I imagine that kids of around 10 years might get the most out of this, but in the right circumstances probably enjoyable by all ages - right up to adults.
on 7 June 2015
If you don't know what I-Spy books are, they are small little books with things or places on them, and when you see them, you tick it off and get points. They're aimed at children, but anyone will like the sensation of completing the whole page or even the whole thing!
If you have children, or want a little blast from the past, these books are a must. I've killed so much time playing these!