This rhythmic I-spy journey to school through various landscapes is the perfect introduction to colors, modes of transport, and of course, music! The jaunty text, Siobhan Bell's colorful hand-stitched illustrations and the accompanying music by popular singer Fred Penner are sure to get children singing along happily. The I-Spy theme encourages reader/listener interaction, while the cumulative, repetitive text helps build sequencing skills. Ideal for read-aloud and music and movement activities.
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Product Dimensions:10 x 9.75 inches
Page Count:24 pages
Age Range:Ages 3-7 years
Awards & Accolades
Top 10 Songs for Preschool Speech and Language Development, Communication Window, 2017
"A perfect introduction to teaching modes of transportation" — Growing Minds
About the Contributors
Written by - Sheena Roberts
Sheena Roberts is a writer, compiler, publisher and editor of children's music. She loves traditional songs and these serve as her inspiration when writing new songs for children. She especially likes creating songs which children can make their own by adding or changing words. Sheena lives in London, England with her two children, one cat and several frogs.
Illustrated by - Siobhan Bell
After leaving school, Siobhan Bell traveled for many years and had a variety of jobs from making clothes and jewelry to fire breathing! She now works as a full-time textile artist, selling her artwork through galleries, exhibitions and private commissions. Siobhan creates her trademark bright colors using scraps of hand-dyed cotton sheets, which she imprints with patterns using a variety of objects such as combs, potatoes and pieces of Lego! Siobhan lives in her native Somerset, England, with her four-year-old son.
Sung by - Fred Penner
Fred Penner has been entertaining kids and adults alike for more than twenty years. He has worn many hats -- from folk-rock singer, television host and home video star to children's book author, UNICEF Canada spokesman, husband and father of four! Fred lives in Manitoba, Canada.