Barbie Dreamtopia Read to Me (Book Review)

The Barbie Dreamtopia Read to Me books will make a wonderful addition to any young girl’s bookshelf, with bright colours to encourage their love of reading and the opportunity for you to spend some fun time reading together don’t be surprised if it soon becomes their favourite part of the day!

Barbie Dreamtopia Read to Me

Barbie fans will delight in reading these imaginative, fun stories. The brightly coloured illustrations will encourage even reluctant readers to discover the different stories that lie within the pages. Being a part of the Read to Me range means these Barbie Dreamtopia books are perfect for you to read aloud to your children, so set aside some reading time, snuggle up and share a magical story together with your child.

In An Elephant Sometimes Forgets Barbie and Chelsea set out to help the Elephant King remember where he promised to meet Precious the Glitter Cat. A picnic lunch at the magical Shimmer Falls soon turns into an adventure to the Sparkle Caves and the Reflecting Pool but everything works out with the friends enjoying a sparkle cupcake party.

Scared? Notto Me! sees Barbie, Chelsea and the Junior Rainbow Princesses getting ready for the Great Rainbow Spectacular talent show. Notto agrees to join them but before long they discover he has a secret fear which they help him overcome to celebrate the grand finale.

Barbie and Chelsea come up with a plan to build a playground in Chelsea’s Sweet Idea. The residents of Sweetville must work together to build the new Sweet Day Park and Play, but first they’ll have to work out a way to overcome the problems they’re having with the sweets!

The Fun Days Festival is coming up and Chelsea’s friends have signed her up for the bicycle race in The Amazing Dream. She’s worried that she can’t ride her bike without training wheels, but after a magical dream in Sweetville and riding the legendary Winged Unicorn she discovers that her friends are more understanding that she had thought.

The Read to Me books are also available in Afrikaans, giving first language Afrikaans children the chance to enjoy reading them and also providing the opportunity for other first language children to practise reading in Afrikaans.  Look out for the Lees vir my books on shelves soon.

Books that spark a child’s imagination are great, and if your child enjoys some roleplay fun then get ready for her to dive into her Barbie collection and be inspired to bring the stories in the books to life.

Do you have a child who you think would love to read these new Barbie Dreamtopia Read to Me books?

The Barbie Dreamtopia Read to Me and Barbie Dreamtopia Lees vir my books will be available for a recommended retail price of R49 each from Toys R Us and Takealot from May.

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post, however, the views and opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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