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Disney Princesses Look and Find: What s Different? ePub download

by Melanie Zanoza,Art Mawhinney

  • Author: Melanie Zanoza,Art Mawhinney
  • ISBN: 1412717256
  • ISBN13: 978-1412717250
  • ePub: 1469 kb | FB2: 1373 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Publications International, Ltd. (March 9, 2009)
  • Pages: 24
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 600
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Disney Princesses Look and Find: What s Different? ePub download

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Finding the objects weren't too easy or too hard. If your little one loves the Princesses this is worth the money. My girls aged 3 and 4 love this book - they managed to find most of the items on their own. Great book to keep them occupied.

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Melanie Zanoza, Art Mawhinney. Children can look for 6 to 8 "find 'ems" on each of the busy pages.

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School-age children are sure to be both amused and inspired by Disney Princesses Look and Find: What s Different? From the popular Look and Find series, this book follows Cinderella, Snow White, Ariel, and the rest of the Disney princesses on new adventures. Children join the Disney princesses as they search the scenes to discover what s different in eight fairy tales. Children will develop their powers of observation with this brightly colored, wonderfully illustrated picture book. Eight busy scenes are inspired by popular Disney movies: Jasmine explores the bustling marketplace (Aladdin) Snow White makes friends in the forest (Snow White and the Seven Dwarves) Cinderella sets off on her happily ever after with the prince (Cinderella) Ariel enjoys life in the sea (The Little Mermaid) Mulan trains for battle (Mulan) Belle gets caught up in the town center (Beauty and the Beast) Pocahontas glides along the river (Pocahontas) Princess Aurora twirls through a celebration ball (Sleeping Beauty)Here s how to play: Each scene is shown twice, cleverly tweaked to conceal 20 hidden differences. First, search the busy scenes for the seven find em picture clues at the top of the page. Then study both sides of the illustration to discover the rest of the changes. Answer keys at the back of the book highlight each change.The pictures are big, bold, and filled with detail. In addition, a sturdy hardcover binding stands up to repeated use.