Sunday, February 9, 2014
Book Review - Doc McStuffins Leilani's Luau
About the Book
When Doc receives Leilani, a solar-powered hula girl, from her grandmother who is traveling in Hawaii, Doc and the toys decide to welcome the hula dancer with a lu'au. Leilani begins to teach everyone to hula, but suddenly winds down and stops! This 8x8 storybook comes with a page of full-color stickers and teaches children the importance of getting energized by the sun.
My Take on the Book
Doc McStuffins receives a gift from her grandmother who visited Hawaii. It is an Hawaiian girl who does the hula. However without sunshine the girl cannot perform the hula. So Doc and her stuffed animals come to the rescue.
The book gives your child some information about Hawaii. It helps the child learn about solar energy too.
This is a nice story for a young child. If you watch Doc McStuffins it will be an advantage because your child will know the characters and the background for the child's imagination.
The book includes stickers for your child.
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