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This is like the Disney version of "Where is Waldo", only with Princesses and for younger readers. My soon-to-be 4 years old daughter loved it and finding objects/characters was not too easy and not too hard for her age. But be aware the book, while very nice, hard cover, has few pages (basically a double page per Princess and that's it). She was disappointed Tiana (Princess and the Frog) wasn't there, but there are still 8 Princesses: Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast, Jasmine, Snow White, Ariel, Mulan and Pocahontas. But of course little girls notice more the one missing rather than the 8 that are there...
A friend of mine recommended this book to me last year as I was looking to purchase something for my daughter to receive from her Elf as a going away gift. This has beautiful illustrations, the storybook characters are appealing to a 5-6 year old girl, and it's very captivating. She was so thrilled when she opened it and wanted to read it right away! That makes me happy, as reading is so important. I also chose this to purchase over others because it's a hardback, the price was great, and who doesn't love a "look and find" ??? This is something you can do/read more than once!
We have several look and find books for my 2 1/2 year old. This book is the most difficult book we have. We originally purchased this about 6 months ago. At that time it was much to difficult for my little girl. Now that she is older she does much better. She still has a hard time finding all of the images. But, the challenge is good because she knows where all of images are in her other books.
I own other Look and Finds and compared to this one, it was just too hard for my 2 year old, and even trying for myself to find the items. In other Look and Finds, the picture that you are asked to search for is exactly as shown in the book. In this one, it is not too size, and not exactly as image, for example, look for the camel in the scene and only the head of the camel is shown. The rest of the body is hidden behind a tree. Or it asks you to look for a ying yang. In the scene, it was a smaller ying yang in the palm of someone's hand. The scenes are very busy, similar to a Where's Waldo scene. I have to put it away, as my 2 year old gets frustrated if it takes her too long and i don't want her to get turned away by it. It will definitely be a challenging fun thing to do, maybe in few more years.