Does your child have a wild imagination? Does s/he like to hear fun stories or read?
Break out the crayons & markers…it’s time to be creative!
Picture It Picture Books allows your child to be creative and illustrate her/his stories! These books focus on the environment, social responsibility, positive human interaction and creativity. Give your child the opportunity to set her/his mind FREE and be as creative as s/he would like to become.
Captain Zane: (Age 6+) “Captain Zane is greedy and mean – she’s fishing all the great Goldhead sharks out of the ocean, and she won’t stop for anyone. But the great Goldheads have a plan of their own . . . Children will bring the ocean to life with their imagination and illustration.”
Goodnight Dreams: (Age 5+) “Katie’s never had a dream, and she’s on a mission to find out how! Your child will bring this book to life and complete the story as they imagine what each character dreams of. A perfect bedtime book for young readers.”
Imagine Me: (Age 5+) “This must-have Picture It Picture Book gives children the opportunity to visualize their future life, including their dream job, dream home and their ability to make a difference in the world. Children draw all of their favourite things and the people they love. Not only a great keepsake, but a positive message about imagining and manifesting a happy life!”
My Alphabet: (Age 4+) “Tired of “A is apple”? Finally, an alphabet book waiting to be filled with your child’s imagination. Children personalize their very own alphabet books with their favourite thinks, family names or friends they adore. “A” is for ANYTHING you can think of!”
One, Deux, Three: (Ages 4+) “Children will learn how to count to ten in French and English while they imagine and draw the things that are important to them. A bilingual counting book that sets the imagination free!”
The Moon Story: (Age 5+) “When timid Kyle takes a rocket ship to the moon, he has the adventure of a lifetime, but it’s only when he returns to Earth that the real fun begins. A child’s imagination is as vast as the galaxy. What better way to explore it than in this book?”
A Picture Book Without Pictures? Because they don’t have illustrations, the stories allow the child to visualize what is happening and create their own image for each story book.
Click HERE to see some samples of reader’s illustrations.
Picture I Picture Books was so kind…they sent me the entire collection of books to review (minus the bilingual book) + 2 extra books to giveaway! Because my son is only 3, I have not given him the chance to illustrate the books…but I have read some of them to him. I love the Alphabet Book! We can come up with many different items that start with the letter “A”, “B”, etc. I am thinking about having him illustrate on a separate piece of paper (since he tends to just scribble right now) and use a paper clip to add it to the book. His favorite page is “T”…can you guess why? Yes, TRAINS! He then told me a long, detailed story about his train going over the bridge, and how we all needed to get aboard. What an imagination! I can’t wait for him to put his imagination down on paper and illustrate all of these wonderful books.
Yes, my son is wearing a sock on his hand. If you didn’t get a chance to read about his first dentist trip & first burn, then take a moment to read about his long day.
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