In Out and All Around (Odd One Out) by Guido van Genechten

In, Out and All Around is a quirky search-and-find book where kids will also learn about prepositions and opposites while following the simple instructions. There’s also a side activity involving looking for the animals who are “going to a party” — the great thing is, this can mean that the animal is wearing a hat, makeup or some ‘party-appropriate’ accessory, which makes the search unpredictable and fun.

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Where’s Eddie? By Daniel Nunn and Steve Walker

Where’s Eddie? is a cute board book that features Eddie the Elephant. Eddie loves to hide in unexpected places, such as on top of a cat, in an igloo, behind the hippo, and so on. Kids will enjoy spotting and pointing him out — not a difficult task since the cute cartoon elephant kinda sticks out like a sore thumb against the photographs that are used for the background. A fun way to introduce prepositions to little ones.