An eBook edition of Eric Hill's classic Where's Spot?
Eric Hill's first and most famous Spot book is now available as an eBook! Tap the pictures to lift the flaps and find Spot! With brand new audio and animal sounds, this is a wonderful way to read this classic and beloved Spot story. Now loved all over the world Spot is an enduring, modern and classic character.
This is a bigger, brighter paperback edition of Eric Hill's iconic first lift-the-flap book.
'Spot is one of the essential experiences of childhood.' Parents magazine
Eric Hill was born in North London and lived there for many years. He started his artistic career as an art studio messenger and from there went on to become a cartoonist and eventually an art director at a leading advertising agency. In 1978 Eric made up a story about a small puppy to read to his son at bedtime and Spot was born. The success of his first bestselling lift-the-flap classic 'Where's Spot?' in 1980 convinced him to become a full-time author. Eric currently resides in France.
Don't miss any of these classic Spot books:
Spot's First Walk; Spot's Birthday Party; Spot's First Christmas; Spot Goes to School; Spot Goes on Holiday; Spot Goes to the Circus; Spot Goes to the Farm; Spot's First Easter; Spot's Baby Sister; Spot Stays Overnight; Spot Goes to the Park; Spot Goes to a Party; Spot Bakes a Cake; Spot Visits his Grandparents; Spot Can Count; Who's There, Spot?; Spot Says Goodnight
An absolute classic. The flaps do work manually on my MacBook Air, but not my iPad. However, you need point to the flap and then press the touchpad. My 3 year old grandson loves it. (Although he was a bit scared by the voices the first time).
The recorded voices are really delightful. Hopefully the technology will be improved.
A real enhancement of an old classic
Some of the books available for iBooks are just glorified PDFs. Some of them have an audio track added so they get the label “enhanced”. This is a cut above. You get to lift the flaps (unless your toddler gets there first) and then tap on the speech bubbles to hear each animal. My little boy tapped expectantly at a print book then looked in bemusement at his finger tips, “funny, this used to work”. He cackles like a maniac when he taps on each door. Also: this is one lift the flap book that won’t have the flaps ripped off.
Flaps don't work
Flaps unable to be opened. Makes the book pointless and waste of money.