I love Igloo, I love their art work, love their books. Igloo published four of these, Mermaid, Princess, Fairy, and Ballerina. They are all identical in terms of activities just with different drawings and each comes with more than 50 stickers. Better for older girls who can do a little reading on their own and do their own cutting. Definitely an activity book for at home use. DO shop around on price on this one, Amazon's own price is quite high.
First page asks "How Many?" shoes and then how many matching pairs there are, and there is a "Spot the Difference" picture.
Next page has a small word find, and a "Mix & Match" which you should scan and print a copy of unless you want to cut the page, four princesses in pictures the size/shape of playing cards that you cut apart and then mix and match heads, bodies, and legs.
Next page has three princesses in different sizes and the directions are to color each size a certain color, then there is a 'What Shall I Wear" where you draw a line from a picture of an activity to the appropriate outfit for that activity.
The next page has a "Complete the Words" with five words and missing letters, and then instructions on how to make a paper princess hat.
Next page has you draw a line from princesses to their matching hats, and then an "Odd One Out" drawing, where you circle the item that doe not fit.
Next page has a "Dot to Dot" and then a matching section where you chose from 8 shoes and make matching pairs.
Next page has a castle picture to color in, decorate, and put stickers on, and then a "Mirror Message" where you put the message which is written backwards in front of a mirror to see what it says.
Next page is a board game.
Next page has a "Mirror Image" drawing where only one half is there and the rest needs to be drawn in, and then a drawing where you follow the correct trail to the end.
Next page has a section which you should scan and print a copy of unless you want to cut the page where you cut out body parts and use paper fasteners to put them together to make a sort of paper puppet. The bottom of this page has a jumbled word puzzle.
Next page has you draw lines between the odd numbered stars to get the princess to her bed, the bottom of this page has a small cross word puzzle.
Next page gives a recipe for "sparkly princess cookies", and the bottom has four little pictures which you should scan and print a copy of unless you want to cut the page where you cut each picture on the dotted lines to make puzzles.
Next page has a code to crack and directions on how to make a royal princess flag.
The next page has directions on how to make pencils with dangles on them, and a "Count How Many" picture at the bottom.
The last page has you write as many words as you can think of that start with the letter P, and directions on how to make a paper plate crown.