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3 Project Books for Young Children 2016

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This month we tried 3 project books for young children.  These were a bit more girl themed than boy, but still mostly enjoyable and worth checking out. Here are the books in no particular order.

The Moonlight Tooth Fairy

Moonlight Tooth FairyThis picture book tells the story of Twinkle Tooth Fairy, who loves making people happy but who sometimes feels lonely until she meets Abigail, a little girl who just loves fairies. A magical story for any little girl, with a tooth fairy pouch to keep and treasure!

  • Age Range: 3 – 6 years
  • Grade Level: Preschool – 1
  • 32 pages long


The product description says this is for a girl, I read it to my son and he thought that it was okay, but not very good.  It really is aimed at a girl and not a boy, so we gave our copy to a girl who liked it.  It teaches children that putting a tooth under a pillow gets you a coin.

(photo below has a nickel for size comparison)

inside Moonlight Tooth Fairy






This book is available on Amazon.

The World of Eric Carle Press Out and Play

The World of Eric Carle Press Out and PlayPress out the card pieces and slot them together to make animals from the Eric Carle stories. Read the fun pages and practice growling like Brown Bear, crawling like The Very Hungry Caterpillar, stomping like an elephant, and lots more! No scissors or glue required.

Paperback: 32 pages

This includes crayons.  It does not include Eric Carle stories.

If like us, you’ve never read any Eric Carle stories, these can easily be just some animals from the zoo or and adventure.

inside The World of Eric Carle Press Out and Play

Their are directions for how to assemble each of the animals in the beginning of the book.  The directions are easy to follow with photo and text directions.

These are cute and easy to make, however they are not that durable for playing with.

Project books for young children like this are fun, and great for taking with you.

This is available on Amazon.

Peppa Pig Smiles and Giggles

Peppa Pig Smiles and Giggles Peppa Pig is a show many young girls enjoy.  In this book your child can join Peppa and all her friends on some fun-filled adventures. Count the ducks, spot the odd teddy bear out, and lots more! Then use  crayons to have some playtime fun

Paperback: 48 pages

My son has no interest in Peppa Pig, so we gave this to a little girl to review.  She loved it, especially the stickers. Her mother said this was a good addition to project books for young children  Here is a sneak peak inside.

 This is available on Amazon.

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