Friday, December 5, 2014

Doc McStuffins: Doc's Big Book of Boo-Boos / Doc McStuffins: Doctor's Helper, Book Reviews

The perfect books for fans of Disney Jr's Doc McStuffins

By: Shelia Sweeny Higginson
Illustrated by: The Walt Disney Compnay
Published by: Disney Press
Released on: September 2nd, 2014
Ages: 5 & up
Rating: 5 Owls - We Loved It
Source: book to review from publisher in exchange for my honest review
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Doc always keeps track of her patients' boo-boos and ouchies in her Big Book of Boo-Boos-and now you can, too! This adorable book looks just like Doc's Big Book of Boo-Boos, and is jam-packed full of Doc McStuffins fun including an original story, drawing pages for kids to draw their own toys, 4 pages of stickers, a fold-out poster featuring Doc and the gang, and a punch-out sign that kids can place on their own toy clinic door!

If you're looking to get something for your favorite Doc McStuffins this is the book to get. Included in this book are a story, stickers, a poster, and doodle pages. My Doc Mctuffins fan loved this book. She enjoyed the story, and loved being able to be like Doc herself by making notes on the doodle pages. This is a book young Doc McStuffins fans will love. 

By: Shelia Sweeny Higginson
Illustrated by: The Walt Disney Company
Published by: Disney Press
Released on: September 9th, 2014
Age: 3 years & up
Rating: 5 Owls- We Loved It
Source: book from publisher to review in exchange for my honest review
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Purchase it from: Amazon | B&N

The Doc is in, and this time she has a special helper! After Doc finds Ellie, a stuffed elephant toy, alone on the playground, she is determined to find her owner. But when Ellie begins wheezing, Doc needs to diagnosis her-stat! In this beautifully illustrated hardcover jacketed picture book, children will learn that even doctors need helpers-no matter how small-to help patients get better.

Doc is to the rescue again. This time she saves a toy, Ellie, a stuffed elephant who was all alone at the playground. It's up to Doc to find Ellie's owner, but first, Doc has to help Ellie with her wheezing. After she treats Ellie, she's out to find her owner. Thanks to Doc, Ellie an her owner are reunited, but not without some help. 

One of the things I loved at the end of the book was it's brief note about allergies and asthma, something my young Doc McStuffin's fan suffers from. I like how there's something for everyone in each of Doc McStuffin's books. This book in particular made my daughter feel like she's not the only who deals with allergies and asthma. 

Adorable illustrations and a cute story, make this a book fans of Doc McStuffins will enjoy reading. An added bonus comes with book. A free e-book! This is another must have for Doc McStuffins fans. 

I would be most content if my children grew up to be the kind of people who think decorating consists mostly of building enough bookshelves. ~ Anna Quindlen

Good children's literature appeals not only to
the child in the adult, but to the adult in the child.
~ Anonymous ~