Young children will immerse themselves in the swashbuckling world of the pirates in this new addition to the immensely popular "1001 Things to Spot" series from Usborne. Scenes include a daring pirate raid, the pirates popping into port and fast-paced pirate races, all of which contain items and objects to spot. 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 over 1,000 different images waiting to be discovered throughout the book.
This is Book 1 in the Usborne 1001 Things to Spot Series. See all Usborne 1001 Things to Spot books here.
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