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What It Takes to Be a Smurf

by Maggie Testa
 
Don’t miss this heartfelt and hilarious take on what it takes to be a Smurf. Comes with stickers and punch-out, card stock Smurfs!

It’s SMURFTASTIC! The second Smurfs movie releases July 31, 2013!

The Smurfs 2 is all about what it takes to be a family…and a Smurf! In this tell-all guide, find out how kindness, love, and trust

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Don’t miss this heartfelt and hilarious take on what it takes to be a Smurf. Comes with stickers and punch-out, card stock Smurfs!

It’s SMURFTASTIC! The second Smurfs movie releases July 31, 2013!

The Smurfs 2 is all about what it takes to be a family…and a Smurf! In this tell-all guide, find out how kindness, love, and trust, along with a few other ingredients, create a Smurf—and a family! Young readers can explore different sections, such as A Profile of Two Sisters, How to put on a Birthday Celebration—Smurfs Style, Looking Blue-tiful, and more. As Papa Smurf once told Smurfette, “It doesn’t matter where you came from. What matters is who you choose to be.”

And with punch-out, card stock Smurfs and a sheet of stickers, What It Takes to Be a Smurf is the book that every fan of the movie will want!

SMURFS™ & © Peyo 2013 Licensed through Lafig Belgium/IMPS. The Smurfs 2, the Movie © 2013 Sony Pictures Animation Inc. and Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Renee Farrah Vess
This is a short, colorful, and glossy book based on the movie “The Smurfs 2” with the purpose of teaching humans to be more Smurftastic. There is no story or plot, but rather short character profiles, including the origin story of the Naughties and quotes from Papa Smurf. There are also tips on planning a Smurf party, a blue cake recipe which uses artificial food coloring, 30 stickers, 5 paper doll Smurfs, and common Smurf phrases to use in everyday life. There is also a section on Paris, France, and lists of numbers, colors, and phrases in French, but you need to already know French for correct pronunciation since there is no phonetic guide. Kids need to be able to read or have someone read this to them, otherwise they can only look at the cheerful Smurfs, peel the stickers, and pop-out the paper dolls. It’s difficult for the Smurf energy to translate into printed form. The dance party pages encourage readers to wave their arms and dance like a Smurf, but the silent, non-moving images are not very dance inducing. Reviewer: Renee Farrah Vess; Ages 4 to 7.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781442490741
Publisher:
Simon Spotlight
Publication date:
07/09/2013
Series:
Smurfs Movie Series
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
6.20(w) x 9.40(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
3 - 7 Years

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