10 of the Best Seek-and-Find Books for Kids

I love a good seek-and-find book.

You’re probably already familiar with the classic I Spy books and Where’s Waldo? from your own childhood, but now the shelves are bursting with lots of new options that your children will love.

These books are so great for a long afternoon at home or a car ride or plane trip because they keep children occupied for a good chunk of time. And they make the best gifts for children.

Here are ten the whole family will love:

1. Where’s the Pair? by Britta Teckentrup

I am basically obsessed with Britta Teckentrup and her seek-and-find books are some of my favorites. This one is filled with beautifully done animal patterns and you have to find which one doesn’t match the others or which one is a pair and my preschoolers will look through them endlessly. Read More.
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2. Wacky Wednesday by Dr. Seuss, illustrated by George Booth

In this reissued version of a classic Dr. Seuss book, things go crazy on Wednesday and on each page there are lots of funny little details to find, from the wrong kind of fruit growing in trees to a sun that’s green instead of yellow. This book never gets old! Read More.
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3. Where’s Walrus? by Stephen Savage

For the very youngest reader, this is perfect with the walrus escaping from the zoo and then hiding on each page from the zookeeper who is determined to hunt him down. Read More.
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