on September 19, 2012
This sticker book has a number of pages with sticker outlines for the stickers to be placed. Then it has a ton of stickers at the back that can be used on anything.
What I like about this product:
- It has the history of the Avengers and outlines the major superheros. Both myself and my 5-year-old learned a lot.
What I don't like about this product:
- There are many pages of stickers to be used on the pages with no indication of which page they are used on. It is hard for my 5-year-old to figure out which sticker goes where since many of the sticker outlines are similar, there are so many pages to choose from, and he doesn't read. Other sticker books that I have purchased similar to this one gives a grouping of stickers and the page number they are to be used on.
- I wish the sticker pages would rip out. Me attempting to rip them out without any perforations, didn't work well. But, you really need to rip them out to use them on other pages without continuously flipping back and forth.
on December 21, 2013
This book is packed to the gills with fun, colorful super-hero stickers! A full 1000 to be exact! If your young son or daughter loves peeling and sticking stickers and has any interest, at all, in The Avengers, you can not go wrong with this book. It will provide hours of fun for them!
There are several other similar book, too, that they might also enjoy, including Batman and Superman and Spider-Man versions. Some of these are out-of-print, now, but may be tracker down through third-party sellers. There is also a Skylanders version for all those kids who love playing that game.
on July 19, 2015
My 4 year old is obsessed with the Avengers. I got these for a very long plane ride, and they were a hit. There are a ton of stickers, and you can move them from page to page. I wouldn't exactly call them "reusable" though, because once you've removed them from one page, they lose stickiness, and it's hard to keep them in place on another page. In all, though, worth it for the price, especially for an avid Avengers fan.
on January 12, 2015
First time users, if children are young (4-7) you will need to share the moment with them. But, isn't that the idea, anyway? However, it is also a do-it-yourself activity after the start. If your child does not read fluently, it would add to his/her enjoyment if you read/narrate the colorful character descriptions.