Hello Kitty Books

Hello Kitty – Starting to Write
My Review
This is a great introduction for little people learning how to write! It covers a wide range of activities throughout the book and children will grow in confidence holding and getting to grips with a pencil. Each page has dot-to-dots for your child to follow waves, zig-zags, lines, curves, all in preparation for learning to write letters. You will see as the book goes on that your child will gain better control over their pencils. The back section sees the introduction of dot-to-dot letters and these will be more tricky – but practice makes perfect. There are also fun stickers and a super cool reward chart inside to keep little ones motivated and interested. This wonderful book is a real winner and one I would easily recommend for little learners and Hello Kitty fans everywhere.
Paperback: 32 pages 
Publisher: HarperCollinsChildren’sBooks (5 July 2012)
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Hello Kitty – Alphabet Letters
My Review
We are huge Hello Kitty fans, so what better way to learn your alphabet than with this fabulous little book! It is so easy to use and your little one is sure to love doing all the super fun activities inside! The illustrations are a real treat, bright, bold, colourful and highly attractive! This is a very educational book and eases little people into learning the alphabet in a positive way. Best of all – THE STICKERS, they can be stuck throughout the book, my daughter couldn’t wait to try and try again at the letters so she could get a sticker. I was very impressed with this book and after some practice my daughter can easily recognise some letters and write her own name! Another winner!
Paperback: 32 pages 
Publisher: HarperCollinsChildren’sBooks (5 July 2012)
You can but this title from Amazon
*Special thanks to HarperCollinsChildren’sBooks for the review copies*
A big 5 stars for both books!
Carly 🙂

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