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#BookReview for the #Interactive #Children’s Book – Spot’s Magnet Fun by Eric Hill – for younger children.

Join Spot and his friends on their brilliant adventures in this fun-filled magnet book!

Spot and his friends are visiting some of their favourite places – the farm, the park, the beach, and more! But they need you to help them by choosing magnets to complete the pictures and make their adventures even more fun!

This interactive book encourages little ones to use their imagination and create exciting adventures for Spot and his friends, as well as providing engaging questions on each page for early learning development as they play.

With five magnetic scenes and twelve chunky magnets that are perfect for little hands to pick and place again and again, this book will provide hours of fun.

Spot is the fun-first friend for new experiences, early learning, and stories you can play with.

My Review:

What a fun interactive book this proved to be
With five board magnetic scenes for you to see
Decide which of the twelve magnets you wish to place
Move them around and create your own space.

I'll just point out, in case you need to know
Whilst the magnetic area almost from side to side does go
It doesn't to the very bottom or top
So magnets placed there will surely drop!

The magnets show characters and objects, too,
That can be used to create adventures for me and you.
Encouraging imagination, chatting and more
What a great way these places to develop and explore.

It is a delightful, robust, hardback book
At which young children love to play and look.
I received a complementary copy and chose to share with you
This, my honest review of it, too.

Buy Link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/024150970X

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