by Pat Bagley
JUVENILE / YOUNG ADULT / YA / ACTIVITY BOOK / PUZZLES / GAMES
This popular book has sold over 100,000 copies! Isn’t it time to add it to your collection?
Kids from 8 to 80 will love to follow the adventures of Norman the Nephite and his travels through time. It’s your job to find Norman in these colorful pictures depicting scenes throughout history. From The Pre-Mortal World to the Lost Ten Tribes to a future in space. The wonderful and challenging illustrations will provide hours of continuous fun as you search and say “I Spy A Nephite”!
About the Author
Pat Bagley is the editorial cartoonist for the Salt Lake Tribune. He has many books to his credit which include the
illustrations for two volumes of J. Golden Kimball Stories by James Kimball. As well as numerous works with the humorist Robert Kirby. He resides in Salt Lake City.
- LIST PRICE: $15.95 ($15.95 on Amazon)
- Paperback: 32 pages
- Original Publisher: White Horse Books (November 27, 1999)
- Now in its Third Edition exclusively available from Zion BookWorks
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1983621781 ISBN-13: 978-1983621789
- Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 8.3 x 0.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
- BISAC: Juvenile Nonfiction / Games & Activites / Puzzles
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Reviews of the popular book
“I Spy” fun!
“Great pictures and fun humor for all ages. We enjoy this “Where’s Waldo” kind of format. It’s a good quiet time activity.” by LJB
5.0 out of 5 stars Lots of fun and entertaining, February 5, 2011 — By L. Anderson “”Work out” grandma” (Utah) –
“We had this book for our kids when they were young and now we are buying it for our grandchildren. It never gets old and it’s great for kids who like puzzle and maze books. It’s a fun activity to do with your children because it challenges adults too.”
5.0 out of 5 stars great for church!, March 26, 2010 — By KO –
“My kids love I spy, where’s waldo and other hidden picture books. I liked that this one was more gospel themed. Wish there were more like this.”
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book!, September 29, 2009 — By Lauren Ard
“Love this book, my kids look at it over and over again! It is a great “quiet book” for sacrament meeting, too.”
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for kids and parents, August 2, 2003 — By CMBohn “cmb” (Orem, UT USA) –
“My children love this picture book. It’s built like the old “Where’s Waldo” or I Spy books, with crazy little illustrations everywhere. Norman the Nephite is a librarian. He’s cleaning up when he discovers a new set of plates (books). The funny pictures really capture kids attention. It’s a real winner for keeping them quiet (for a few minutes anyway) during church.”
ON GOOGLE BOOKS
Chelsea – Goodreads
“Growing up as a kid, I loved this book! Especially on Sundays with my siblings and during sacrament meetings. Kinda like wheres waldo. I like the other lists for the other searches you can do. Some of them are kinda funny!”
Amberly – Goodreads
“A fun kid book. I loved trying to find him and also see all the funny pictures.”
Brittany – Goodreads
“This is sort of cheating since you don’t really read these books, but it was on Goodreads, so I marked it. These books are like Where’s Waldo, but it’s got Book of Mormon, as well as other history themes. Fun!”
Kristen T – Goodreads
“Funny and good baby sitting book!”
From the Nauvoo Times — True to the Faith (http://www.nauvootimes.com)
December 11, 2013
Good Reads to Give or Get
by Laurie Williams Sowby
“Books are always on my Christmas wish list. Here are a few that may work well on someone else’s.
FOR KIDS: From two very talented LDS cartoonists with the same last name, who aren’t related to each other, come some colorful picture books perhaps targeted at, but certainly not limited to, children. (We only publish one of them)
Salt Lake Tribune cartoonist Pat Bagley’s I Spy a Nephite was first published by Whitehorse Books in 1999, in hardcover, but is just as much fun (and a bit less money) as the original in its paperback incarnation (about 30 pages, $9.95).
These sturdy pages are more the busy style of the popular Where’s Waldo books, but with more humor per page. Both of these “children’s” books hold immense entertainment value, especially when shared with kids.”
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