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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
Whether at home or on a road trip, it can be hard to keep a child or children entertained. It's not difficult if your young readers have a copy of Are We There Yet? by Lucy Griffith. This children’s activity book contains over eighty-five activities to keep any child entertained at any time. In this book young readers will find a variety of things to do while keeping their minds engaged and stimulated. Your reader will be able to Finish the Story, Write A Letter to Your Favorite Person, color various pictures from a hot air balloon to a sock, and so much more. This book is ideal for the young reader as you embark on that journey or for those quiet moments at home while helping you to keep your sanity.
Fun, fun, fun! I really enjoyed this book because it offered so much to me. This book kept me busy, engaged and fully interested from cover to cover. In this book I found so much to choose from. I found tongue twisters, creating synonyms and acronyms, describing my Best Birthday Ever and writing a letter to someone that needs to know how much I love them. I was not disappointed and your young reader will not be either. And if your young reader is still seeking more activities or challenges to stay engaged and stimulated, there are several blank pages available at the end of the book to create their own.