The Princess Puzzle Book

Posted by staff | Posted in Puzzle | Posted on 20-07-2010

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Product Description
Watch Cinderella change from rags to riches, Ariel go from fins to feet, and Sleeping Beauty awaken into the Princess she was born to be in this enchanting new puzzle book featuring all of the beloved Disney Princesses. This exciting new casebound storybook boasts 10 sturdy puzzles, all-new full color art AND glitter and embossing on the front cover!… More >>

The Princess Puzzle Book

Comments posted (5)

My 3 year old Granddaughter loves Cinderella. We’ve watched the movie once a week for the past two months. I thought she would really like the Princess Puzzle Book but it turns out she is a little young for it. Because it is in book form, when you turn the pages the puzzle pieces fall out. I also didn’t realize the pieces are two sided. One side has one picture of a princess and the other side has a different scene of the same princess. It’s very frustrating for both of us to try and sort out this mess when all the puzzle pieces fall out. I would much prefer a regular puzzle instead of puzzles in a book.
Rating: 4 / 5

My daughter has two puzzle books one is about faries and the other about mermaids. She will sit so nice and play with them for hours so I thought I would get her some other ones. Her books have nice thick pieces that stay together time after time which is the opposite of the Princess Puzzle book I bought. The pieces are thin and hard to put together, saw her try the day it came in the mail and she has not touched it since. Very disappointed with this puzzle book, do not waste your money.
Rating: 2 / 5

My daughter received this for her third birthday. We’ve had it for several months and it is still a favorite of hers. She can work the puzzles for up to an hour straight and is happily engaged in her play. She does like playing with the book near me so that I can help her if she gets stuck on a piece (especially on the reverse side puzzles that don’t have a background to match the pieces to). There are 10 puzzles – 5 separate puzzles printed on front and back. 5 of the puzzles have a matching background page to match the puzzle pieces too and the other 5 on the reverse side do not, but are not difficult to complete. The puzzles feature Cinderella, Ariel, Bell, Aurora, and Jasmine. There are nine pieces in each puzzle. The pieces fit together well. If the completed puzzle tries to slide from the indent in the page, simply close the book shut and press down on the covers and the puzzles stick in the pages very well – even after months of play. We have no trouble turning the pages to work on another puzzle. The only drawback is that you have to complete all of the puzzles to put the book away, but you expect that with a puzzle book versus a puzzle in a box. I have found this an excellent quiet toy to play with at church, while waiting for appointments, etc. and if I don’t remember to bring it, my daughter will call me on it!
Rating: 5 / 5

My 3 year loves this puzzle book. she often pulls it out and makes the puzzles by herself. easy to take along as well. the puzzle mat has a picture to follow so it makes it easier for little ones to make by themselves.
Rating: 5 / 5

This is a cute book, but the puzzle pieces are so slippery that they don’t stay in place and my daughter gets very frustrated when trying to do this by herself.
Rating: 2 / 5

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