The Little Christmas Artist: Caillou
Anne Paradis & Eric Sevigny
Chouette, 2013 (2013)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
ave fun with this coloring book that allows little artists to turn their art into holiday gifts. Each tear-out page features a festive colored frame and a gift tag. The tag has space for the person's name who will receive the colored picture and the sender/artist.
he large illustrations range from animals and objects like ornaments and toys to people. They are big enough so that young children with decent coloring skills should be able to handle the task without any problem.
ou'll also find 140 festive stickers that can be used to decorate the colored pages, or the stickers can be used separately. Since the stickers are rather small, they do present a choking hazard so make sure they don't end up in the small hands of any child who might want to see if they taste good!
here are so many pages in this book that it will keep a child busy for quite some time. Grandparents might want to have a copy of the book on hand if any grandchildren will need a diversion during a holiday visit. For parents traveling this holiday season, this activity book might be a godsend to help cope with a lengthy car trip or an unexpected flight delay.
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