“Princess Grace and her sisters look everywhere for the lost kitten. Dear God, please help us find Poppy. Where could she be? Color the picture,” Jeanna Young and Jaqueline Johnson state in their children’s book, Princess Grace Sticker & Activity Book.
Part of the Princess Parables series, this sixteen-page oversized paperback targets young girls ages four to eight years old. With no scary or awkward scenes, the book is about Princess Grace, her four siblings, and a lost kitten as well as many pages of activities.
With brightly colored drawings that are easy to understand, the loosely written story is about a girl named Grace and her four sisters. In this story, Grace loves the color purple and roses. One day she finds five kittens, and one of them named Poppy goes missing. After looking everywhere for the kitten and praying to God, the siblings find the cat although it is only shown in the drawing, not in the storyline.
In addition to the fifty colorful and reusable stickers on two pages in the middle of the book that divides a two-page picture, the activities include games involving matching the stickers to a picture, finding-the-words, connecting-the-dots, completing a drawing, searching for unusual items, spotting the differences, traveling a maze, solving a secret code, and counting items, along with several pictures to color. The small stickers have depictions of princesses, flowers, butterflies, animals, and tiaras to name a few.
With four other books in the series, this is a fun sticker book to engage little girls with creative hands-on activities. Although there are no written Bible verses, there is the undertone reiterating the reader is loved by God. Making a nice gift for the artist, be sure to include color pencils or crayons.
Author Young is a cancer survivor who has written eleven children’s books. She lives in California with her husband and four children. Also living in the sunshine state, author Johnson and her husband have seven grandchildren, and she is devoted to teaching young ones about God. Illustrator Aranda was born in Argentina and has produced artworks worldwide, focusing mainly on children’s products.
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