I-Spy a good idea...

I-Spy a good idea...

Michelin, Ireland's only tyre maker, tells us that 'Back Seat Passengers' should take note that boring journeys may be coming to an end.

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Michelin says that by selecting any one of its Michelin I-Spy spotter guides, young back seat passengers (and adults too) need never again be stuck for something to do. 

Each book in the 60-book series contains up to 200 colour illustrations which readers are asked to I-Spy, the aim being to tick each object off as it is seen and score points for every correct answer. 

Readers can challenge their friends to see who can I-Spy the most objects or, by collecting 1,000 points or more, join the I-Spy club and apply online for a certificate of achievement. 

Costing £2.50 each, details of the 64-page books can be viewed online at ispymichelin.com.


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