Book Review: “Disney Princess Magical Worlds”
I received the book “Disney Princess Magical Worlds” to review. The 40-page book released in August and is geared toward ages 3-5.
From Disney Press about the book:
From Moana’s island of Motunui to Cinderella’s castle and beyond, explore the worlds of your favorite Disney Princesses in this beautifully illustrated, fun-filled storybook!
Step into the Disney Princesses’ most magical, memorable places and discover surprises and colorful details on every page. Featuring charming scenes from twelve different worlds, this is the perfect book for every Princess fan! And with numerous speech bubbles and words labeled in each scene, little readers can expand their vocabulary, too.
“Disney Princess Magical Worlds” features a paragraph or two about each of the princesses inside the book (Princess Tiana, Cinderella, Rapunzel, Princess Aurora, etc.) on 2-4 pages each. What makes this book unique are the word bubbles that makes it a more interactive experience. For example, the Princess Tiana (2 short paragraph) story over several pages includes words like “fireflies”, “trumpet” and “menu”. The bubbles are an easy addition to a book and help make it a more educational experience with kids learning new words. The word bubbles also include the names of characters in the pages.
The illustrations are vibrantly created by Nicoletta Baldari.
“Disney Princess Magical Worlds” is a book I’d have loved as a kid, I was an avid reader as early as I can remember. I’m giving my review copy to a family member with a 2-year old, I expect they will very much enjoy reading it together.
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