It's a Small World: Sticker & Activity Book
Disney, 2011 (2011)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
his activity book features lots of reusable stickers that can be put to good use in all sorts of ways. The youngster is invited to match animals to the clues describing them, pair smiling faces with hats from around the world, create his or her own jungle and safari scenes, and place famous landmarks in the proper location.
ome sections of the book show a scene from some international city, and then in the space beneath it the child is asked to recreate the scene using the selection of stickers. The youngster can also let his or her imagination dictate how a scene should look, given just the background, or the child can use the stickers to make up an original story.
ince the stickers do pose a choking hazard, no youngster who is still likely to place things in his or her mouth should be given this book. For older children, though, this is an ideal way of not only learning a little about geography and other cultures, but the use of the book also encourages creativity.
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