Kid Review: Bingo: Love Bug (A Let’s Play! Board Book) by Sandra Magsamen

 

About This Book:

Let’s play bingo! Try to get three-in-a-row in this interactive game book, part of a brand-new game-inspired novelty board book line, Let’s Play! from bestselling creator Sandra Magsamen.
Inspired by the traditional bingo game but customized to the youngest reader, this game book features garden love and favorite backyard bugs! The first page flips up to reveal an interactive spinner and contains 15 reusable punch-out pieces. Each spread features a new playing card, perfect for on-the-go game time fun and suitable for one to four players! 

This book is part of an innovative and interactive board book line, Let’s Play!, which combines reading, game time, and play. Created by bestselling author-illustrator Sandra Magsamen, each Let’s Play! book is made to encourage curiosity and creative problem solving and teaches new skills and ideas through imaginative play, all with Sandra’s signature message of love. These books introduces young readers to their very first game play experience and teaches: 

– How to Take Turns – How to Follow Directions – How to Win and Lose – Hand Eye Coordination and Fine Motor Skill – Self-esteem and Sense of Accomplishment that game play inspires! 

LET’S PLAY! — where you can learn through play every day!

*Review Contributed By Bethany Wicker, Staff Reviewer*

Bingo anywhere!

BINGO: LOVE BUG is an interactive book that’s perfect for both traveling and for children who either love Bingo or want to learn how to play. The illustrations are the usual cuteness we’ve come to expect from Sandra Magsamen. In the front of the book, there’s a wheel that folds upward to spin and get your Bingo picture instead of a number. In the back of the book, there are circular pieces children and parents can use over and over again to mark their cards. My daughter and I played game after game and the pieces are tough enough to last for a while. Being cardboard, I’m sure they’ll get bent and torn but it’s still fun that will last. The only thing I wish is there were more bingo pieces because there are really only enough for two people and not enough to play blackout.

Final Verdict: BINGO: LOVE BUG is engaging and entertaining and I would recommend it to children aged two and up. It’s a great way to introduce Bingo fun and my seven year old enjoyed it just as much as me. It’s a compact way to take Bingo on a road trip too to keep younger children occupied.

 

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