Discover the world with i-SPY
i-SPY will encourage children to discover the world around them. Packed with amazing facts, photos and fantastic spots for hours of fun!
The i-SPY series began in 1948 when Charles Warrell, known by i-SPY spotters as 'The Chief', began selling small paperbacks in his local Woolworths. As the series' popularity soared, so did the number of i-SPY titles available to spot. The series was supported by News Chronicle in the 1950s, then published by the Daily Mail until the late 1980s, when publication was taken over by Michelin.
Explore our new i-SPY guides
Search for over 140 sights with our i-SPY guides. These fun activity books encourages kids to look all around in search of i-SPY points.
Apply for tour i-SPY certificate
You've collected 1,000 points, you're now officially an i-SPY super-spotter! Just fill in the form to apply for your i-SPY certificate.
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