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Fun Books for the Kids

August 4, 2010 by  
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Kids booksSchool may be closed but your books don’t have to be! Sprawl out in the sun with one of these reads that will keep your child’s mind as active as their summer.

Toy Story Storybook Collection By Disney Press
Woody, Buzz and the rest of the gang are back to share their fun-filled adventures with your kids as they flip through the colourful, action-packed pages of this book.

Thea Stilton and the Secret City By Geronimo Stilton
Follow these five friendly, daring, travelling mouselings as they venture off to Peru to solve the mystery of a missing friend. With page after page of fun, suspenseful and descriptive narrative, your kids won’t be able to stop reading until they’ve unravelled the entire tale of the Thea Sisters’ adventurous journey.

Chester’s Masterpiece By Mélanie Watt
This humorous book, entirely put together by Chester the Cat, features red permanent marker drawing and text, some tape and staples, all fashioned together to create his own masterpiece. Read on as his owner and also children’s book author and illustrator tries to get her supplies back and guide him through creating his first story.

Can You See What I See? Treasure Ship By Walter Wick
Let your child sit with a friend and flip through the beautiful images of sunken treasure and pirate ships. Each page calls for new and special items to be spotted on the page like a game of I spy.

Where’s Waldo? The Great Picture Hunt By Martin Handford
Waldo’s back and this time he’s hiding in paintings in a picture gallery. Each page has a different exhibit brimming with loads of crazy characters that you’ll need to scour through to find Waldo.

Star Wars Head-to-Head By Pablo Hidalgo
Ever wonder what it would be like to see certain Star Wars characters go head-to-head in battle? With a breakdown of their special moves, height, weight and species, let your imagination run wild as you visualize the showdown taking place.

Vampireology By Candlewick Press
Your little ones will sink their teeth into this fantastic book that is all about vampires. Learn the history and legends of where these popular bloodsuckers came from. Complete with timelines, photos and memorabilia, it’s a mixture of a scrapbook and a history textbook.


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