Book Reading: I Spy Spooky Night by Jean Marzollo & Walter Wick

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I Spy books are among some of my favorite picture books. Several years ago, I visited the author’s website and learned a fun new way to read these books filled with riddles. Once you learn this rhythm, you’ll want to read every “I Spy” book out there. Enjoy! And have fun!

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Chip chip 2 says:

I remember seeing this video as a kid

Olivia Dalrymple says:

this was my favourite I spy book growing up. I must have read it a thousand times this was very well down thank you.

Glitterpuff Galaxy says:

Did you know this book is related to the phantom of the opera?! ( except for the last few pages )

Gian Camaganacan says:

This is probably one of my most favorite I Spy Book and I noticed that in each page, it changes from place to place so I have theory that a little girl is probably having a nightmare on Halloween and wakes up early in the morning. The toys she have in her room is probably what builds up the nightmare, (Notice the dollhouse)

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