S Py Code BookIf you grew up in Britain during the fifties and sixties, the I-Spy craze will be one which you can hardly fail to remember. Millions of these little pocket books were printed and sold, prompting kids to roam far and wide over towns and country, chatting to strangers and trying to ‘spy’ everything in the book to get their certificates. Now widely collected, easy on the eye will be covering the books in detail over the coming months. We start with the largely unknown early I Spy Spotterbooks of the late 1940s, which set the template for the better known titles that followed, and the I Spy tea cards.