Happy almost September!
With the weather taking a slight turn here and there and kids headed back to school, I thought of no better time to feature the boys first volume of their Christmas list. When we visited Nashville recently, we stopped at the Disney store and stayed FOREVER. They wanted me to take pictures of some of their favorites, so without further ado.
Planes Figure Play Set (And ANY of the Planes – these were a HUGE hit!)
Suggestions for YOUR Wish List
Each time I feature what the boys are hoping to add to their list, I’ll put a few of our favorite suggestions down here so you can find some of your own! Sometimes, they will be products we received for review, like below, and some will also be what we know the boys already love!
Live, Imagine, Draw is a beautifully designed inspirational sketchbook packed full of ideas of things to draw accompanied by custom-made illustrations; all designed to boost creative thinking. This book contains artistic quotes to get you thinking and blank pages for your own ideas and free drawing, let them start you off and see where they take you. You’ll never be stuck for ideas again! Express and boost your imagination, creativity, and personal style with this great selection of ideas of things to draw, doodle, sketch, shade, color, or scribble.
Kaboom! T-rex and the evil Sinistaurs are on a mission to destroy New Dino City…again! Get busy building your heroic 3D Supersaurs and help them save the day! Charge your dinos up with superpower add-ons. Your activity book has simple step-by-step instructions and is packed with awesome activities, supercharged scribbling and cool coloring. So get ready to take on the evil Sinistaurs and save New Dino City!
The boys had an amazing afternoon creating, building and drawing. These are some of their favorites now and I love the idea of books coming to life. Charlie LOVED the art book and I would definitely recommend this for up and coming artists where each page gives them a prompt and they start to create! And Jack LOVED played with the dinosaur creatures that “fought” with each other constantly. Oh boys!
For even more great finds from Parragon Books: