- Sunshine 'N' Smiles Sticker Activity Book - Hachette Children's Group

Sunshine 'N' Smiles Sticker Activity Book

  • Paperback
  • £4.99

A fun-filled, sunny sticker activity book featuring Funshine and the Care Bears - with over 100 stickers!

The Care Bears are back with more fun and hugs than ever, and are celebrating their 35th anniversary in 2017!

Join Funshine Bear and the Care Bear friends for hours of games, puzzles, colouring, stickers and more! Guaranteed to keep Care Bears' fans entertained at home, on holiday and on the move.

Look out for more Care Bears titles - from board books and sticker activities to bumper books and young readers filled with adventure and fun, all with the Care Bears special brand of caring.

The Care Bears are back, with more fun and hugs than ever. The classic brand celebrates 35 years in 2017 and now a new generation is falling in love with Tenderheart, Grumpy, Cheer, Funshine, Share and Wonderheart, and their message of caring and sharing feelings.

Watch the Care Bears and Cousins and Welcome to Care-a-Lot TV series on Netflix. Welcome to Care-a-Lot is also available on Tiny Pop.

Visit the Care Bears at www.carebears.com as well as:
https://www.youtube.com/user/carebears
https://www.facebook.com/CareBears
https://www.instagram.com/carebears/
https://www.pinterest.com/carebearsagp/meet-the-care-bears/
https://twitter.com/carebears

Biographical Notes

The Care Bears classic brand celebrates its 35th birthday in 2017. With a diverse range of books, apps, games and other merchandise these hugely recognisable characters are known throughout the world. Now featuring in two animated series, Care Bears and Cousins and Welcome to Care-A-Lot, on Netflix. Welcome to Care-A-Lot is also featured on Tiny Pop, where it ranks in their top 5 shows.

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9781444931495
  • Publication date: 29 Jun 2017
  • Page count: 16
  • Imprint: Hodder Children's Books
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