Buster Books have sent us over anothe book package this month. 3 titles in total; perfect number and all come with a Christmas theme to get us in the rather early festive mood.
And here they are!
The Pretty Christmas Colouring Book
This is what I refer to as a “posh” colouring book and the reason I call it that is because it’s a far cry from those bog standard ones you find in many stockings on the big day. This one comes with a shiny, glossy front cover, better quality paper pages and more detail to the drawings.
The pages are packed with all sorts of Christmas things everything from Santa and the reindeers to trees, stockings, candy canes and more just screaming out for a splash of colour. It costs £5.00. For me, if I was buying it then I would have to buy 3 so would work out a little expensive (it’s hard to get Ryan to share). It is a nice alternative colouring book tho.
Christmas World of Stickers
I think all children love sticker books and this one could also double up as a colouring book too. The pages feature various images and Christmas scenes. Some in colour and others awaiting colouring in. At the back are several sheets of stickers. 800 stickers in total so lots of sticking to be done. Each set of stickers has the page number on of where they should go. Unfortunately little Izebella can’t yet read and simply tries sticking them just about anywhere be it in the book or on my walls.
This book comes with an RRP of £9.99 and seems good in my house for encouraging “sharing sisterly love”
Where’s Santa very much reminds me of “Where’s Wally” only it’s Santa and his ten elves to be spotted amongst the crowds and the chaotic scenes. Can almost be described as looking for a needle in a haystack and some of the scenes make Santa hard to spot. What makes it even more difficult is that several other characters on the pages are wearing Santa hats and beards too so we really have to look hard to find them.
Of course for those who cannot find Santa and the elves or the cheats among us, the answers are at the back. As is a spotters checklist to try and spot even more characters.
Fun but tricky and makes my eyes go all funny after a few pages ha.
This one is £9.99 too.
Well my children are loving their new Christmas activity books and we are all fans of Buster Books. These books would make great stocking fillers and also nice presents to nieces, nephews, grandchildren etc. Personally I would give these to my children before Christmas as a pre Christmas gift and something to relieve the boredom and festive anticipation throughout the Christmas school holidays.
These books can probably be found in most good book shops and information can be found on the Buster books website.