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i-SPY On a Car Journey: What can you spot? (Collins Michelin i-SPY Guides)


Title: i-SPY On a Car Journey: What can you spot?

Series: Collins Michelin i-SPY Guides

Publisher: Collins

Published: March 19th, 2020

Pages: 64

Target age group: 5 – 10 years old

Rating: 4/5*


I fondly remember having I-Spy books when I was a child so was intrigued to see if my memories were correct. This is a pocket size book filled with different categories of things to look out for when a passenger on a car journey. There are labelled, colour photographs of the different things so users don’t need to be able to read to use it. It starts with images related to every driver’s nightmare – road building and repairs, before moving on to the emergency services and many others, including ones involving nature, buildings, transport and road signs. There’s something for every location from by the sea, in the countryside, in town and city and even up in the air!

This is a fun diversion to help entertain passengers on car journeys and I suspect adults will have as much fun as children looking out for the different things! There are a variety of points awarded for spotting different things so could be a competitive or collaborative activity if more than one child or person is involved.

Thank you Collins and Amazon for my copy of this fun book which I have voluntarily read and honestly reviewed.


Beat the boredom and take time out from screens with this pocket-sized book packed with facts, photos and fantastic spots for hours of fun!

Kids will have fun collecting points on car journeys with more than 140 things to find. From sheep to wind turbines, bridges to hot-air balloons, they’ll learn all about the interesting sites they see on their travels. And once they’ve scored 1000 points, super-spotters can claim their official i-SPY certificate and badge.

With more than 30 i-SPY books to collect, there’s something for everyone!

Buy Link: Amazon

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