(This book) includes everything necessary for a slumber party success, from pre-party planning to breakfast the next morning. The volume also includes activities such as “Face Boosters” (an easy mask of apples and oats) plus midnight snack recipes.
Summer seems the perfect time for a sleepover. How can your child make hers a little different from everyone else’s? Margot Griffin’s book helps you think your way through the planning stage, suggests menus, games and crafts, then provides seven “Themes” to build your exciting party around. By mixing and matching from all the categories, your little party planner is bound to create a unique and memorable occasion.
Although activity books are an impetus to action, all those mentioned above also make fascinating reading which sparks the imagination, the sense of wonder. What better way to spend those golden days of summer?
What could be worse than having a boring sleepover? Well, there’s little chance of that happening with The Sleepover Book by Margot Griffin, which is chock full of ideas to ensure your sleepover is a hit. You can find out how to create a theme party, design cool invitations, have fun crafts and challenging games and, of course, serve up the best food – all the things that will ensure your friends will be talking about your sleepover for months to come.
From helping you plan the sleepover to themes, recipes, crafts and games (plus a great section on beauty fun that moms will even want to try), this book is a dream.
The Sleepover Book is a great practical guide with fresh ideas for sleepovers, including snacks, games, crafts and party themes. It even offers girls cute ideas for unique invitations.
An ultimate pajama party planner is packed with dozens of great, original ideas for themed parties, creative invitations, delicious recipes, crafts, games and more.
The Sleepover Book by Margot Griffin, illustrated by Jane Kurisu, includes theme ideas, and suggestions for invitations and decorations.
Gr 2-7-A wonderful book that's crammed with great ideas for sleepover (or birthday party) themes, invitations, decorations, and favors. There are chapters on games and things to do, crafts, and "beauty fun." Activities include making a music video, having team treasure hunts, and telling scary stories. The crafts might be a little tricky for younger girls, but virtually everything else will work for a variety of ages. The chapter on cooking is subdivided into dinners, desserts, midnight snacks, and breakfasts. Published in both Canada and the United States, the book lists the ingredients in metric and imperial measurements. The illustrations, done in blue and yellow and all featuring girls, are lively and engaging.-Jane Halsall, McHenry Public Library District, IL Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.