Lots to Do for Pooh: A Sticker-Activity Storybook
Disney, 2011 (2011)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
ere's an interactive, activity board book that allows youngsters three years of age and older to show how creative they are as they use 100 reusable stickers to enhance the pages.
he story features Pooh and his friends, but they will need some help and that's where the young reader comes in. On the first page the reader is instructed to '
use the stickers to put everything in Pooh's kitchen in its place.
' So you'll use the first sheet of stickers to place a chair and the bear's honey pots where you think they belong. Also, don't forget to place the large sticker of Pooh holding an empty honey pot some place on the page and make sure the tiny bees and butterflies find a spot as well.
ach two page spread has a little text and instructions on which stickers to use, but if you wish to have fun, mix and match the stickers. However, if you do that you'll have to make up a new story to go with the picture you created with the stickers.
here are quite a few possibilities, so have fun but remember to not lose the stickers. Either place them back on the sheets or leave them on the pages until you want to
the story again.
ote: This book does carry a
warning, so be sure it is not used with any child who might be tempted to place the stickers where they do not belong – in his or her mouth!
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