Thursday, December 11, 2014

Doc McStuffins A Very McStuffins Christmas

By: Shelia Sweeney Higginson
Illustrated by: The Walt Disney Company
Published by: Disney Press
Released on: September 26th, 2014
Source: book to review from publisher, in exchange for my honest review
Ages: 3 years & up
Rating: 4 Owls - We Really Enjoyed It!
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Christmas Eve is full of surprises at the McStuffins house! When the toys sneak downstairs to leave Doc's present under the tree, they find Tobias, one of Santa's elves, delivering toys. But Tobias accidentally drops Donny's robot toy and breaks it! Doc and the gang head out on a magical rescue mission to the North Pole to visit Santa's workshop and fix the toy before Christmas morning. Includes special sparkly stickers for even more holiday fun! 

Fans of Disney Jr's Doc McStuffins will love this book.

You can not go wrong with Doc McStuffins. She's always there to help and lends a hand to those who need help. If your Disney Jr fan enjoyed this year's Doc McStuffin's Christmas episode, then they will love this book. Doc and her friends are ready for Christmas, but on Christmas Eve, when one of Santa's elves accidentally breaks Donny's new toy, will Doc be able to help? There's not a toy Doc hasn't been able to help. This case might be a little tricky, since Doc, and her friends head to the North Pole with Tobias, Santa's elf, to visit Santa's workshop to fix the toy. Will Doc and her friends be able to fix Donny's Christmas in time?

I love it when Disney publishes books that go along with Disney Jr episodes. They bring to life the episode and favorite characters within the pages of a book, allowing children to revisit their favorite characters over and over again. Also included in the book are two sheets of stickers. This is a must have for fans of Doc McStuffins.

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 ~