Saturday, June 13, 2015

Princess Joy Sticker and Activity Book

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Inspired by Jeanna Young & Jacqueline Johnson
Pictures by Omar Aranda

This is the second book like this I have reviewed and my thoughts are basically the same.  The book is beautiful: the nice shiny pink front cover, 50 reusable stickers and activities on every page. I appreciate the book's modest attire. The characters are Cinderella styled, but with long lovely gowns on. The thing I don't like as much is again, there is only one page that has a spot for the stickers and there is no real story line.  Princess Joy is having a birthday party and the activities are all centered around that. There are pictures to color, a find a word, a maze, a note the differences between the two pictures and a find the hidden objects page.  It's definitely a fun book and while it's a regular sized book, it is small and would easily slide into a bag without taking up a lot of room.

The book is geared to 4-8 year olds and while I don't have a lot of experience I would say that is pretty appropriate.  As far as being a Christian book, God is talked about a bit, but there are no spiritual truths really taught in the book, but neither is there anything questionable.  I am looking forward to Amber being old enough to have fun playing with the stickers and doing the activities in the book.  I would definitely recommend these books to anyone looking for something for girls this age. I don't think boys would be quite as impressed :) :)  In fact, I have purchased two other books in this series to give away as gifts.

This book was given me to review by Book Look Bloggers. All opinions expressed are my own.

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