Do You Want To Build A Snowman? (Disney Frozen)

Do You Want To Build A Snowman Disney Frozen With a simple shake or tap the readers help Anna and Elsa put Olaf together again In this truly hands on interactive picture book the readers play a part in the storytelling Through instructional te

  • Title: Do You Want To Build A Snowman? (Disney Frozen)
  • Author: Calipe Glass Olga Mosqueda
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • With a simple shake or tap, the readers help Anna and Elsa put Olaf together again In this truly hands on interactive picture book, the readers play a part in the storytelling Through instructional text, children learn numbers and directions such as up, down, left, right, clockwise, and counterclockwise Toddlers will enjoy the feeling of creating the story and the elemeWith a simple shake or tap, the readers help Anna and Elsa put Olaf together again In this truly hands on interactive picture book, the readers play a part in the storytelling Through instructional text, children learn numbers and directions such as up, down, left, right, clockwise, and counterclockwise Toddlers will enjoy the feeling of creating the story and the element of magic and wonder.

    One thought on “Do You Want To Build A Snowman? (Disney Frozen)”

    1. This was such a great book! It made story time so interactive!! My daughter loved it. In this story, Anna and Elsa build Olaf with the reader's help. Elsa gives you instructions on what to do with the book to make snow, make a snowball, cut branches for arms, etc. My daughter loved all the interactiveness of this book. She would pat, shake, blow, clap, and poke happily. She also enjoyed watching Olaf get built - she pointed as his feet, then his body, and then his nose. It was such a cute book. [...]

    2. With a simple shake or tap, the readers help Anna and Elsa put Olaf together again! In this truly hands-on interactive picture book, the readers play a part in the storytelling. Through instructional text, children learn numbers and directions such as up, down, left, right, clockwise, and counterclockwise. Toddlers will enjoy the feeling of creating the story and the element of magic and wonder.This book its so cute and the way that elsa sven olaf and anna are drawn is so adorable and cute I lov [...]

    3. I kind of hate this book. Why? Because it comes across to me like someone is trying really hard to milk the Disney Frozen goldmine for every last penny so they created a book that kids can pretend is an Ipad. Kids are supposed to shake it, tap it, swipe it, etc to make things happen (spoiler: it's just a regular book) on the next page. I assume someone will think this is great for little kids' fine motor skills or some other silly term. Here's the deal: Read real books and let the kids play with [...]

    4. This is a rather interesting book that students can read on their own or with a parent. It is an interactive book that the students can have a great time reading and exploring at the same time. It is especially interesting since it is based on the incredibly popular movie 'Frozen'.

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