Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Princess Charity by Jeanna Young and Jacqueline Johnson

Inspired by Jeanna Young & Jacqueline Johnson
Pictures by Omar Aranda

This is a children's, I would specify girls, activity book. Age range is 4-8. From what I have seen, I would think this book goes with some stories about Princess Charity because there really isn't much of a story line in this book, but it looks like fun.  There are reusable stickers. I was a little disappointed that there weren't more places in the book designed to hold the stickers.  I remember as a little girl having sticker book and they were so much fun.  There are 50 stickers, but I could only find designated places for 4 of them.  There is a spot a word page, a maze, a color by number, a dot-to-dot, etc.

I love the looks of the book, It looks bright and clean and so inviting.  It made me want to do the coloring myself.  Like I said there's not much of a story line, but you can gather that the authors are Christian simply by the use of the names. Princesses Joy, Grace, Hope, Faith and Charity.

I love this book and can't wait until Amber is old enough to be able to do it unless I force myself to gift it to someone else in the meantime. I will definitely try to check out other books like this.

This book was given me by Book Look Bloggers for the purpose of reading and writing a review about it. All opinions expressed are my own.

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