If you are a regular reader of this blog, you know how much I adore the folks over at the Wee Society who make such awesome projects, toys and apps for kids. Just out are two new books and one set of postcards featuring the fresh, modern style of Wee Society. An Incomplete Book of Awesome Things helps teach young toddlers and kids new words that are awesome such as s'mores, teepees, dandelions, tacos and more. You decide if you think they are awesome or not awesome at the end. It's a fun way to boost your kids' vocabulary and he/she can add more awesome words to their list!
This box set of 26 Wee Alpha postcards are designed with a hidden letter for kids to find. The illustrations are so adorable and clever here I'm ready to sneak this box into my cute stationery stash! This is a great letter game to play with young toddlers to get them to find the letter and soon recite their ABC's.
You can see all the 26 postcards here:
This book is absolutely perfect for my Chloe. It's an activity book where kids can fill out information about who they are -- what they like and dislike. There are places for kids to write and draw about their favorite book and TV show as well as wacky things like "The number of times I can say fiddly fiddly think achoo". Kids can write on the cover and put their super secret stuff on inside of the book jacket. The size of the book is also great for small hands. It's not too big and overwhelming, yet is large enough for kids to doodle and write big inside the pages. The paper quality is great too - nice and thick so kids can use their favorite markers. I know they say the book range is good for as young as 4 year olds but I think this book skews more for the 1st to 3rd grader who know how to read and write. I think it's a great journal/diary that any kid will enjoy. Add this to the list of a great kids birthday gifts!
Review books provided by Clarkson Potter