Learn what it takes to maintain long-distance friendships, get ideas for fun activities to do with friends, and make your very own Barbie Memory Box with this fun, interactive activity book that includes more than 80 puffy stickers!
Since the moment they met, Barbie from Malibu and Barbie from Brooklyn have been the best of friends! And what is it that makes friends—new and old—so special? For Malibu and Brooklyn, it’s knowing they support each other and will work tirelessly to make their dream of being on Broadway come true! Relive some of their best (and worst!) moments together from the movie Big City Big Dreams and the series It Takes Two as they reveal some of their tips and tricks for being the best friend you can be. With fill-in-the-blank stories, craft and game ideas, and more than 80 stickers, this book is full of nonstop fun! Then, flip to the end of the book to find four press-out sheets for mess-free activities you can do alone or with your friends. Use one to make your very own Barbie Memory Box by following the included instructions, then punch out the adorable friendship frames and postcards that you can decorate with your stickers and send to faraway friends!
Devra Newberger Speregen began writing children’s books when she worked as a magazine and book editor at Scholastic, Inc., and later, Disney Press and Parachute Press. She has published nearly 200 books since then—including fiction, non-fiction, biographies, puzzles and activities, movie and television tie-ins, and board and novelty books. Most notable are her popular chapter book series—Full House Stephanie, Miss O & Friends, and First Puppy—and her biographies of Albert Einstein, Adam Sandler, and Macaulay Culkin, along with her recently published licensed DIY titles—My Little Pony Get Ponified Hair, Transformers’ Give Your Old Stuff the Reboot, and MLP Bracelets for Besties—and her non-fiction, leveled readers—Eye Doctor On Call, Total Recall, and Weird & Wacky Sports. Devra currently lives in Long Beach, New York.
Publisher: Studio Fun International (September 6, 2022)