Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Princess Charity Sticker and Activity Book

"Princess Charity: Sticker and Activity Book" by Jeanna Young and Jaqueline Johnson, with illustrations by Omar Aranda, is an adorable addition to any little girl's library! Princess Charity is just one of the five Princesses in this book series. The others are briefly mentioned as Joy, Grace, Faith, and Hope.

This activity book comes packed with all kinds of puzzles, stickers and pictures to color even though the book itself is only 16 pages long. It is aimed at girls between the ages of 4 and 8, but I would probably recommend it to be 6 and older. I gave this book to my three and a half year old and many of the puzzles were just too difficult for her. The word searches and dot-to-dots are ideal for the 6-8 year age range of children, and some of the other activities such as coloring, mazes, and "Circle the things that don't belong" activies might be more appropriate for the 4-6 year age range.

I think the short story in this book is adorable and the illustrations are bright and eye-catching. The 50 reusable stickers are a great idea, although I imagine with the younger ages, they will probably get lost or thrown away. All in all though, I think it really is a cute book. It would be an ideal quiet activity perhaps for sitting in church or waiting in a doctor's office. I rate it as 4 stars.

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