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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Princess Joy Sticker and Activity Book Review



Get out your crayons and get ready to keep your little one engaged for next few hours. This sticker and activity book from The Princess Parables is an adorable and uplifting book for little princesses that presents a birthday party theme. I received a review copy of the book from the Book Look for Bloggers program in exchange for my honest review, so now I get the privilege of sharing how much fun this book is, while bringing home the message of Joy.

The book was inspired by Jeanna Young and Jacqueline Johnson with pictures by Omar Aranda and is published by ZonderKidz. It retails for $3.99 and is recommended for children ages 4-8.

Imagine heading out on a road trip and hearing nothing but happy sounds or silence from the back seat because your little girl is fixated on the pages of this book. All you need is the book, complete with stickers, and some crayons or colored pencils.

There are coloring pages, sticker pages, word puzzles, a maze, a hidden picture, and brief story pages throughout the entire book. There are 50 reusable stickers, so once they're stuck, it can be removed and stuck again. The book contains:

2 sticker pages
1 Word find
5 Coloring pages
1 Finish the Birthday Invitation Page
1 Maze
1 Spot the Difference picture page
1 Solve the secret code page
1 Counting page
2-page Find the Hidden item

It is a great little gift book for young wanna-be princesses, especially when you combine this book with the others in the series (Grace, Faith, Hope and Charity) to receive all of the Princesses and provide for more interactive fun.

These are based on biblical principles of Joy (Faith, Grace, hope and love/Charity). In this book, it focuses on Joy. It is a 16-page book with stickers and activities for little girls, so a little one could finish the book during a road trip on vacation or in one afternoon.


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