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Book Review: The Holiday Creativity Book

The Holiday Creativity Book by Mandy Archer, ill. Jennie Poh & Elle Ward, ISBN 9781922077394, Walker Books Australia

A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher

Holiday Creativity Book (cover)

It’s the second week of the school holidays here in WA.**  Picture this: you’ve used up all your screen time. You’ve finished all the books you borrowed from the library and you’re taking a break from all that story-writing …

When you’re looking around for something to do, this spiral-bound book is bursting with ideas to keep your fingers busy and your brain entertained.

Activities include old favourites like ‘spot the difference’, and ‘spot what’s wrong’, plus there are mazes, stencils, art and craft projects, games and stickers. (We really love the map challenge.)

Grab some scissors, glue and a pencil and get started. Happy holidays!**

** If you don’t live in WA and you’re already into term 2, we’re sure this book would be just as entertaining after school, or on weekends — or, of course, there’s always the next school holidays …

© April 2013 “Review of The Holiday Creativity Book” by Rebecca Newman (https://soupblog.wordpress.com)

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Rebecca Newman is a children's writer and poet, and the editor of the Australian children's literary blog, Alphabet Soup. rebeccanewman.net.au.