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Walter Wick - Can You See What I See? Treasure Ship

Can You See What I See? Treasure Ship

Author: Walter Wick Illustrator: Walter Wick

  • AGES 4 - 8 
  • Genre Non-Fiction
A pirate ship and a chest of gold take readers on a journey through time that leads to the location of purloined treasures. Beginning with a zoom of a gold coin, photographs pull back to reveal the story of the coin's travels from the hull of a pirate ship in the 1700s to the shore of a beach town today. Full color.Amazing photos accompany a fun search-and-find game by Walter Wick, the creator of the New York Times-bestselling Can You See What I See? series and the photographer of the enormously successful I SPY series.
Praise for Treasure Ship:
"The latest in Wick's long-running series centers on the story of a wrecked ship, the Bountiful, with luminous results. Striking photographic compositions illuminate the ship and its treasure; in all, they contain 200+ hidden objects and were created using digital photography with miniature and full-scale sets. Little by little, the camera pulls back to show wider views, revealing that the Bountiful is actually a ship in a bottle, in a knick-knack shop, in a seaside town, pictured in a postcard. The entrancing, detail-rich visuals and ingenious twist will likely stir readers' imaginations." —Publishers Weekly

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