Find Spot: The Rainy Day

Find Spot: The Rainy Day

A Lift-the-Flap Story


It's raining! Can Spot and Dad find some puddles to splash in?

In this new lift-the-flap story, Spot and Dad head out into the rain on a search for lots of big puddles to splash about in. But whilst they are on their puddle hunt, Spot disappears! Where did he go?

Toddlers will enjoy searching for Spot as they explore lots of different locations such as the woods, the farm, and the play park - as well as lots of different types of weather! This new story is full of the unexpected surprises and gentle humour that makes the original Where's Spot? a children's classic. An added early learning spread at the end of the book also teaches children key weather vocabulary from the story.

With interactive flaps to train fine motor skills, and an adventure that sparks curiosity and imagination, Find Spot: The Rainy Day is perfect for early learning and play.

Eric Hill's Where's Spot? was the first ever lift-the-flap book - and his ground-breaking innovation continues to delight and surprise readers with interactive fun. Spot has now been a trusted character in early learning for over 40 years, selling over 65 million books worldwide.

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Where's Spot?
Find Spot at Nursery
Find Spot at the Zoo
Find Spot: A Sporty Day
Find Spot at the Library
Find Spot at the Hospital

About the author

Eric Hill

Eric Hill (1927-2014) 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, and his Spot books have been enjoyed by children around the world ever since. In 2008 he was awarded an OBE for services to children's literacy.
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