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1001 Knights and Castle Things to Spot


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Young children will love to spot the lords, ladies, knights and jesters in this new medieval addition to the popular "1001 Things to Spot" series. Scenes include life in a castle, a magnificent feast, an exciting jousting tournament, the busy kitchen, a castle siege and a lot more! Overflowing with detail, this title encourages both visual recognition and also helps to develop number skills. Each double page contains small images that show children what they need to spot in the main image and how many are hidden - there are 1,001 different images waiting to be discovered throughout the book.

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This is Book 9 in the 1001 Things to Spot Series. See all 1001 Things to Spot books here.

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15th June '17
I read it to Rubiroo aged 5 aged 5
1001 Knights and Castle Things to Spot 9781409507451
5 stars
This book I picked up for my daughter as I felt she was ready for spotting books. It's amazing fun scenes to look for and a certain amount of numbers of the item to find. She loved it , it did take a few days to complete the book as of the concentration it took for her. A couple of pages a day but she could read the numbers required and took the time to find the items. The squires quest at the end was slightly difficult for her but she did take the time and asked for the book everyday.
2nd October '17
I read it to ElijahG aged 4 aged 4
1001 Knights and Castle Things to Spot 9781409507451
5 stars
Fabulous book which keeps my son (and me!) occupied for hours!  Great for helping to develop counting skills and not so hard that they can't do it by themselves.  I believe there are other books in this series so we will definitely be buying more.
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About Hazel Maskell

Hazel Maskell writes books for children, covering topics from animals to going on holiday.

Eleanor Taylor studied at the Norwich School of Art and the Royal College of Art. She has created illustrations for The Guardian, The New York Times, The New Yorker , Big Picture Press and Walker Books....

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About Teri Gower

Frances grew up with three younger brothers. She kept them in order by telling them stories and writing plays for them to perform (but they never turned up for rehearsals).
Now she has two children of her own to boss around, called Marianne and George. They give her lots of idea...

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