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Scooby-Doo and Santa's Bake Shop: A Scratch-N-Sniff Christmas Story (Cartoon Network Scooby-Doo) Paperback – November, 2000
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It's the day before Christmas and Scooby and the Gang are invited to the North Pole. But when they arrive, they find themselves smack in the middle of a mystery (funny how that always seems to happen...). Someone has stolen Santa's sack of Christmas toys. Can the Mystery Inc gang follow the clues and find Santa's sack in time to give out presents to all the kids? The gang follows the trail of tasty clues through Santa's candy shop as they hunt for the missing sack.
The illustrations are bright and colorful. Every couple of pages there is a red text box that instructs you to look for a sticker to match to the picture on the page. Then scratch the sticker to sniff the sweet smelling candy scents.
The pictures are on a separate 2 page pull out section in the middle of the book. We found that if you remove the 2 sticker pages, you'll have the stickers handy without having to flip back and forth in the story. We had no trouble finding the right stickers and matching them to where they belong on the page. As some other reviewers noted, the stickers do not always line up perfectly. But for my 4 year old, this didn't seem to bother him. And the scratch and sniff was an added bonus to the story.
The stickers are not removeable, so the sticker fun was a one shot deal. But the story (and scratch and sniff) was entertaining enough to keep my son asking for this book over and over.
We paired this book up with Scooby-doo Picture Clue #20: The Christmas Cookie Case (Scooby-Doo, Picture Clue) as a fun christmas treat.
I think the stickers urk me more than they do her. She doesn't seem to mind at all (She is 3 years old) and has no problem sticking a chocolate cake sticker up in a tree on a totally different page and she doesn't care that the candycane sticker hangs out of the book.
The story is cute - but the stickers are annoying