Monday, March 5, 2018

PAW PATROL: RESCUE TIME by Nickelodeon / Book Review #PawPatrol

By: Nickelodeon
Published By: Studio Fun International
Released On: October 2017
Ages: 3 and up
Purchase From: Publisher l B&N l Amazon
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Rating: 4 Owlets- We Enjoyed It!
A copy of this book was provided by Studio Fun International in exchange for my honest review

Join the PAW Patrol team on two fun-filled adventure in this hardcover book that includes a removable communicator! Pretend to contact the rest of the team while projecting images from the story directly onto the wall!

Whether it's Alex's first tooth that gets misplaced before he can put it under his pillow for the Tooth Fairy, or a flock of Symphony Songbirds that have gone missing from their nests, the PAW Patrol is ready to rush to the rescue! Read these two pup-tastic adventures, and use your wrist projector to display ten images on the wall that extend the action!

Wherever there is trouble, they will be there on the double! Our favorite puppies are back in action in this great 2-story combo action book. Whether helping Alex find his missing tooth or helping Mayor Goodway solve the missing Symphony Songbirds, Ryder is up to the challenge. Of course he has Chase, Rocky, Skye, Zuma, Marshall and Rocky to help him with their talents and special equipment.

The best part of this book set is the wrist projector! With 10 different images that follow along with the book, your child will love retelling the story using their projector. Although the book is rather large, the watch is very transportable and will fit onto your child's wrist. We liked that the watch was not cumbersome with extra parts or slides that could easily be lost. It is all assembled and fairly easy to use. Younger children may not understand how to use the focusing ring to adjust the picture focus, but they will still love playing with it. The quality of the projected pictures is great, but only a few images actually contain the main Paw Patrol pups.

If your child is a fan of the tv show, they will love this book (especially the watch projector)! We love when we can find new ways to tell stories and read books, and the projector is a great way to making reading fun.

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 ~