Sticker Activity Books with Little Tiger Press Review

Sticker Activity Books http://dillydrops.co.uk

H loves sticker activity books so she was absolutely delighted when we received not one but two of these books to review this week.  Here is what we thought about them:

Little Snappers: Dinosaurs Funtime Sticker Activity Book, Caterpillar Books

Little Snappers Dinosaurs Funtime Sticker Activity Book
Little Snappers Dinosaurs Funtime Sticker Activity Book

Dinosaurs are one of H’s favourite toys to play with and she loves reading about them.  This book not only contained stickers but also puzzles along the way, including dot-to-dots, matching games and mazes.

Dinosaur dot to dot
Dinosaur dot to dot
Matching the dinosaurs with their babies
Matching the dinosaurs with their babies

Although this book is intended for children aged two to five years, both my children enjoyed using this book.  The illustrations were vibrant and very appealing.  Written by Samantha Meredith and illustrated by Kasia Nowowiejska, this book was certainly a big hit with my children.  This book has an RRP of £5.99 and there are three other books in this series, including Farmyard, In the Jungle and Under the Sea Funtime Sticker Activity Books.

My Little World: I Spy Learn and Go, Little Tiger Press

My Little World I Spy Learn and Go
My Little World I Spy Learn and Go

There are two new My Little World titles out in July 2015, including ‘I Spy on the Farm’ and the book that we reviewed, ‘I Spy Learn and Go’ by Little Tiger Press.  Both are written by Jonathan Litton and illustrated by Fhoina Gallowayhave a RRP of £5.99.  These books are intended for two to four year olds but as with the Dinosaur Sticker Activity book, both my children enjoyed looking through this book.  I think stickers are fantastic and so do my children.

Counting
Counting

This sticker book contained wipeable pages that meant you could use erasable markers on them.  I think we will try this another day.  This book contained activities like counting, jigsaws and can you spot the objects.

Pages could be used with erasable markers. We liked that this showed familiar places.
Pages could be used with erasable markers. We liked that this showed familiar places.
Matching noises with what makes the noises
Matching noises with what makes the noises
Spot the difference
Spot the difference
We ripped a sticker page out so H could take stickers off herself
We ripped a sticker page out so H could take stickers off herself
Both children loved these books
Both children loved these books

I would certainly recommend these books to under fives.  I think sticker books are appealing to any age, to be honest.  My son loved helping his sister to complete these books and I must admit, I quite enjoyed putting a few stickers on the pages too.  I don’t think you can ever be too old for a sticker book!

 

Disclosure:  We were sent these two books for the purposes of this review.  All opinions are honest and my own.

 

  • Lovely books!! Kids just love stickers don’t they!

  • Ickle Pickle

    Lovely review – we love Little Tiger Press books, they are such great quality. Kaz x

  • Wow these look great – Boo loves stickers already so I know she would love these.

  • Mummy’s Blog

    These look really good. I tried my 16 month old with a sticker book for the first time yesterday, but unfortunately I don’t think she quite ‘got it’ – she just wanted to put the stickers all over her vest rather than in the book! x