I think most kids love sticker books don’t they? I know I did when I was little, and Monkey does too. So when I heard about Star Paws Sticker Books, I needed to find out more – animal dress-up had to be fun! Pan Macmillan have released four new titles in the Star Paws Sticker Books series – Knights, Amazing Jobs, Shopping and Christmas.
STAR PAWS is back, and it’s better than ever! This brilliantly funny, silly and utterly addictive sticker book series is taking the world by storm! Perfect for all ages, all animal lovers, and anyone with a sense of humour! STAR PAWS is packed with over 250 stickers and more daft jokes than you can count, for dressing your animals up ready for fashion shows, medieval battles, festive fun or even a mission to the moon!
The stickers books are suitable for children aged 3 years and over and are a great way of keeping the kids entertained. Monkey was lucky enough to receive Star Paws Knights and Christmas Sticker books.
The first one we looked at was Star Paws Knights Sticker book.
There are 13 pages filled with pictures of Sir Arthur Sixpence and his Knights of the Hound Table and 8 pages crammed full of over 250 colourful stickers. Dress your Knights and Peasants up, give them colourful shields and cover them in protective armour!
This would make a great christmas present – you get to dress Tiny Baubles the kitten, Gary Grinch the Rabbit and Dwight Christmas the Black Labrador among others! Again there are 13 pages of animals to decorate and 8 pages of festive stickers to get the animals all ready for Christmas. You can dress them up and prepare a Christmas Feast.
These books are priced at £3.99 each and are a fun idea to keep little people amused. You can easily remove the stickers and replace them, and enjoy hours of dressing up fun. We’re taking them on holiday with us to keep Monkey entertained on the flight.
Fancy one of these for your children? Watch out for a couple of competitions coming later this week!
disclaimer: we were sent these sticker books for the purpose of review, our comments however remain our own honest thoughts