Baby girl has taken a great interest in books lately. I know some of the ones we read and review are a little too old for her, but she loves to turn the pages herself and look at the pictures. Our latest read and review is the Woodland Hedgehugs Activity Book which was kindly sent to us from Maverick arts publishing and Boolino. Every now and again Boolino send us fantastic books to read through and review. Our last review for them was Robin’s Winter Song.
The Hedgehugs are Horace and Hattie, who love to explore the woodlands together. They feature in many other books in the series which are stories to read, unlike this one which is an activity book. You can find Horace and Hattie on adventures such as Hide and Squeak and Hopping Hot. The picture book series are for around children 3-6 years of age and this activity book is for the 5-8 years of age range. But I’m sure children of all age ranges will find the book fascinating.
Children can finally join Horace and Hattie on their adventures with the Woodland Activity Book. With fun facts, games, activities and craft ideas, children can now take the magic of Hedgehugs to the woodland and start their own adventures of discovery.
The Hedgehugs activity book is jammed packed with fun things to do. It also has lots of fun facts and snippets of useful information. A perfect book for the school holidays to accompany a trip to the woods. Plus when you get back there are other activities to do at home, such as tasty snacks to make, and build your own forest from toilet roll holders. You can have your Blue Peter moment!
We found as you turned each page it’s completely jammed packed with activities. We are huge baby sensory fans (we still go to our class each week), and this book contains many sensory messy play things to do.
I just want to say thanks again to Boolino for sending us out this great fun book.
Do your children love fun activity books? As always I love to read your thoughts, thanks for stopping by.
*We was sent the Woodland Hedgehugs Activity Book in exchange for an honest review, all thoughts and opinions our own as always.