Friday, October 30, 2015

Disney Frozen: Elsa & Anna's Guide to Arendelle - #Giveaway



This ultimate guide to Arendelle features punch-out figures of Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf; a two-sided removable backdrop; stickers; and more!

A unique overview of everyone’s favorite snowy kingdom, Elsa and Anna’s Guide to Arendelle also offers up loads of interactive fun, such as creating postcards with Olaf and training reindeer with Kristoff. With a treasure trove of exciting removable items, including an invitation to Elsa’s coronation and a full-size poster, this one-of-a-kind book provides a truly entertaining experience that brings Frozen and its beloved characters to life.

Includes:
12 standing punch-out characters
Double-sided backdrop
Party lists
Coronation invitation
Coronation recipes
Snowflake cutouts for a wintry mobile
Wandering



My Thoughts 

The  Disney Frozen: Elsa & Anna's Guide to Arendelle is a fun picture book filled with exciting activities, all of which center around everyone's favorite princesses. It includes stickers, paper dolls, and so much more. As you go through the book, it tells you the story of Elsa and Anna, but each page also offers a fun activity that will spark your child's creativity. There are lots of tasks, including creating your own menu for the coronation, drawing pictures of Olaf, and filling in the blanks of the Reindeer serenade to test your Frozen knowledge. These are only a few examples. There are dozens of activities, making for hours of interactive fun.  There is even a poster in the back of the book.




My daughter absolutely loved this book.  She especially enjoyed the cardboard dolls, and of course the stickers were a fun addition. She is only five, so most of the activities were a little too complicated for her to complete alone, but she had fun doing them with me. The book is probably better suited to girls between the ages of eight and twelve who are more independent with their reading skills, but even younger children can enjoy it with a little help from a grownup.




The Giveaway

One lucky winner is going to receive the Disney Frozen: Elsa & Anna's Guide to Arendelle Activity Book!  To enter just fill out the giveaway tools  form below. Open to the US only. Giveaway will end  11/21/15. The winner will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to reply. Thanks again to Insight Editions for offering this fantastic prize.






51 comments:

Joseph Wallace said...

I would love to win this book. I would love to get The ART OF pAN BOOK. Thanks for the giveaway. Bernie W BWallace1980(at)hotmail(dot)com

ReggieMann said...

I would love to have The National Parks An American Legacy

Tara Overby said...

I would also like Whose Egg for my daughter!

Sarah Hayes said...

i like the disney princess a magical pop up world book for my LO

bnchile said...

The Art of Pan

Lisa Williams said...

I would love to have the book, c.Montgomery Burns' Handbook To World Domination,My son would love this!

Shannon said...

Ghostbusters
The Ultimate Visual History LOL, Chris would love this.

VickeC said...

The Art of Rise of the Guardians

Kristen said...

I'd like All Kinds of Fears.

terry maigi said...

How To Mash Monsters looks really cute!

Candie L said...

I would love to read the Art of Pan. Thank you

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Jeanna Massman said...

I would love to give the Disney Princess: A Magical Pop-up World to my niece.

LeAnn Harbert said...

I'd like The National Parks book

Rebecca Williams said...

I'd like the Bully book.

Xty C said...

I like the Art of Pan

Jennifer Rogers said...

We want small World Bee Life from Insights!
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Jennifer Rogers

jlee said...

The National Parks book looks beautiful!

Kristie said...

My kids would love the Ghostbusters Visual history book.

Ken Ohl said...

I would like the bully book. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Isaiahsmom said...

I like the kids book All About Feelings. My son has autism and has troubles with feelings. I think this book and the movies Inside Out would help him not be afraid of feelings and that it is ok to have feelings.

Terra Heck said...

I like the Grampa Simpson’s Guide to Aging book. Thanks.
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Kristi C said...

I would like DreamWorks Dragons: To Berk and Beyond! for my son.

JLin Mei said...

Grampa Simpson’s Guide to Aging

bison61 said...

I'd like the John Wayne The Genuine Article

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Sharon Schoepe said...

I'd love The Walking Dead Pop Up book

Anonymous said...

Mine would love Bee Life. Patricia

H. Boland said...

I would like National Parks, an American Legacy.

Leela said...

Disney Princess: A Magical Pop-Up World.

Holly Thomas said...

The Walking Dead Pop Up Book looks really cool! May have to check it out sometime.

Charlene S. said...

Bart Simpson’s Manual of Mischief looks like a fun book :)

Jen F said...

This book looks really neat and like a good read - Ghostbusters
The Ultimate Visual History

Jen B. said...

I would like to read the Dog Food for Thought book. Art, wit, and wisdom..may be a good book.

amanda hardesty said...

Alien: The Weyland-Yutani Report sounds interesting

AngelWinner said...

The Art of Halo 5: Guardians for my husband.

Shanna Beam said...

I want the Walking Dead Pop-Up book!!!!

Daniel M said...

The Art of Rise of the Guardians looks good

Jerry Marquardt said...

I would like the book The National Parks An American Legacy by W. Clark Bunting and Ian Shive because it is about nature.

Taryn Tener said...

I think my kids would like How to Zap Zombies or The Wizard of Oz. The email that I check most often is fossil316@aol.com

Chic Southern Charm said...

I like the book, "Bully". I am a teacher and sometimes using a story helps kids understand what we are trying to teach them.

Diana said...

Whose Egg? looks fun!
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Annmarie Weeks said...

My sister-in-law has always been a Wonder Woman fan. I know she'd like to have The World According to Wonder Woman in her collection!

cupcake mama said...

My son would absolutely love the Art of Pan!
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Holly said...

Would LOVE
Disney Princess: A Magical Pop-Up World

Jennifer Clay said...

I would really like to have the Art of Pan.

Anonymous said...

The art of pan looks like a neat book,natbelinsky@verizon.net

Stephanie O'Day said...

I would like the DreamWorks Dragons: To Berk and Beyond! book!

Wehaf said...

I would love to check out the Wizard of Oz book - that's one of my favorite children's books.

Ashley Rexrode said...

I would love to have the art of rise of the guardians. I love that movie

Danielle said...

Disney Princess: A Magical Pop-Up World

(danielle m)

Shannon F said...

I'd also love the children's book "Hector."

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