Hints for Hard-to-Find Objects
The most frequently requested hints for hard-to-find objects are listed below
in the order of the most recently published book.
Can You See What I See? Once Upon a Time (2006)
The second “witch” in Ever After, pages 32-33:
If witches cast wicked spells,
could a “wicked fairy” be a witch as well?
Can You See What I See? The Night Before Christmas (2005)
The “bird that is blue” in It Must be St. Nick, pages 28-29
It’s true that this bird’s blue is slight –
a mere outline on a wall at night.
Can You See What I See? (2002)
The “Hare on the Run” in See Through, pages 16-17:
This hare’s made of beads of blue,
step way back, he’ll come into view!
I Spy Treasure Hunt (1999)
The “cloudy ship” and the “face of a man” in
The Barn and the Lighthouse, pages 20-21:
Lightning has formed this man’s brow,
and kissed the tip of the cloud-ship’s bow.
The seashell in Shelter From the Storm, pages 22-23
Near a jar, above a rope,
it’s really there! Don’t give up hope!
I Spy Spooky Night (1996)
The “cat with stripes” in Good Morning, pages 30-31
A clue to the elusive cat in this scene,
can be found on a shelf on page seventeen.
I Spy Mystery (1993)
The “dolphin” in The Naughty Kittens, pages 24-25
Yes, dolphins swim in seas,
but this one seems to prefer the trees!
We welcome your questions or comments!