Melissa & Doug Water Wow! Fairy Tale

Use the “Magic” pen to color in the picture and see vibrant colors, details and patterns appear! Each page of the kids’ activity book features a lively princess-themed artwork to complete and a seek-and-find activity, too. Makes a great travel toy.

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3 Comments

  1. 3 year old daughter brings them to bed every night! Some will say that these coloring books take the “art” out of coloring because the images are “pre-colored.” To those people I say, “who cares?!” My three year-old daughter takes these, and other Water WOW books, with her to bed every night. I can leave her along with them and not have to worry about crayon or marker getting on the walls or her bedding. While the pages are drying, she “reads” some books and then colors them all over again. If the water pen…

  2. Great fun! These are fantastic! They are not messy and they are really fun. My 2.5 year old loves them. You will have to put water in them before you get in the car, if you are using them in the car, because it would be hard to do with a water bottle in the car. I love these and would buy more. One slight issue is that if your kid pushes really hard with the brush the edge of the brush will scratch the coating and leave marks on the picture.

  3. Really easy to take on-the-go My 2-year old daughter loves this! I wish I found it earlier. Really easy to take on-the-go. She can easily take it out and put it away “brush” by herself, which makes it really easy in the car. She spends most of her time “painting” small areas on a page and then flipping to another page. The water dries pretty quickly for her slow toddler painting speed, but she doesn’t seem to care — she doesn’t mind going over and over re-painting again.

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