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Beauty & the Beast Tin & The Lion King Reviews

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This month Parragon sent us 2 Disney items just in time for the release of Beauty and the Beast. The Beauty and the Beast Tin and he book The Lion King are sure to bring back memories of your own childhood. But are they right for your child?

The Lion King


This book is hardcover with lenticular (3-Dish) cover. The book is 32 pages long.  While it’s recommended for ages 3-6, I think most of us would enjoy at least one read from it at any age.

This is a nice version of the story to read, it’s long enough to introduce the story but not so long that you can’t easily read it during bedtime.  The illustrations are beautiful, though my son (aged 4 1/2 years) would have preferred more of them, he was happy with the quality and clarity.


Take a Look inside:

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Beauty and the Beast Tin

I don’t know about you, but I’m looking forward to seeing the remake of this movie.  Inside the colorful tin is: An activity book, Stickers, A poster to color, 4 markers (yellow, orange, blue, and brown), a coloring book, and an enchanted activity book.

Of course my son wanted the stickers and nothing else, I honestly think he watched the movie with me only because he got popcorn and snuggles.

I think the activity books and coloring book are great for a young girl, and that is whom I gave mine to.  Her mom said she loved them. I kept the poster to do myself, along with the tin.

The larger activity book can easily be done with a preschooler, it’s all about drawing and connecting pictures to words. The smaller activity book is for a 1st-3rd grader.

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