Violet was a very lucky girl and has been sent some lovely books from Miffy.
Miffy is a little white rabbit who was first drawn by Dick Bruna in 1955. It all began when Dick Bruna would tell his eldest son bedtime stories about a little white rabbit who lived in the garden of their holiday home. This is how Miffy was ‘born’. She is meant to be uncomplicated and innocent, have a positive attitude and is always open to new experiences.
Enough about how Miffy was created, – more about these lovely books that Violet was sent!
When they first arrived, they took Violet’s interest straight away. The bright block colours and the big Miffy on the front. Violet recognised her straight away from her jumper that she has from H&M.
Violet’s attention span isn’t the best so it does take a lot to keep her occupied for a long time – especially with books!
However, she did sit and listen as I read Miffy at the Playground – she is learning to read at the moment so the font size was good for her. She was able to pick out the words she knew.
The colouring book was what she loved the most! A lot of colouring books we have lots of intricate detail and my little Vi doesn’t have the patience faffing around with colouring in individual toes and each individual hair of a bloody dog!! Anyway, these pictures in the colouring book were lovely and clear. Lots of space so not too overwhelming for a little one.
Glenn and I were so pleased with these lovely books. She has been busy telling everyone about them and look at photos of Miffy online! Think we may have a little Miffy fan on our hands. (I haven’t long decorated her room so I’m kinda hoping she doesn’t find any Miffy wallpaper!!)
Hope everyone is having a good January!
*DISCLAIMER: We were sent these books in exchange for a review. All thoughts are my own.