Last Updated on December 29, 2017 by ellen
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I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t looking forward to the new Disney Finding Dory movie. Thankfully, I have kids young enough for an excuse to go see it. We are big fans of the Finding Nemo movie and have been longing for a part two movie to come out. It has been so long since the Nemo movie, I wondered if they were ever going to make another one. What a great idea to bring Dory in as the main character this time. With the movie right around the corner (June 17th), we have been getting ready for it! I received a book for this review. This post contains affiliate links.
Finding Dory Sticker Scenes Book
One of the fun things we did was read/do the Finding Dory Sticker Scenes book. The book tells the story of the movie (some spoilers in it, so you might want to see the movie first) about forgetful Dory who is very happy living in the ocean with her friends, Marlin and Nemo. But one day, memories of her parents come flooding back to her. With the help of her friends, Dory goes on the adventure of finding her family.
In the book, the kids get to complete the scenes with the stickers provided. My grandkids loved having it read to them and then finding the sticker that matches the photo. The fact that it comes with over 40 stickers made it a fun afternoon activity for them.
This book has beautiful illustrations that are very lively and colorful. It was more sturdy than a regular sticker book and a book that could be placed on the shelf with your child’s other books for story time over and over.
Finding Dory Sticker Scenes would be a great surprise gift for the kids that are big Disney fans to do together as a family activity in celebration of the movie coming out. Let’s hope for a part three!
Tess, a professional blogger and interior designer, enjoys reading and sharing children’s books and any learning activities with her children and grandchildren.