Christmas Jigsaw Book by Felicity Brooks
  

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Christmas Jigsaw Book by Felicity Brooks

This simple jigsaw book contains 54-piece puzzles and is perfect for young children to enjoy while learning all about the traditions of Christmas. Its scenes include dressing the Christmas tree, building a snowman and opening presents, with key festive elements such as candles, holly, decorations, presents and stockings labelled in clear text. The illustrations are replicated underneath the jigsaw, so the book can be enjoyed even when the jigsaws are in use. Featuring the models of one of Usborne's most popular artists, Jo Litchfield, it includes tabs on the side of the book that allow favourite scenes to be located quickly and easily.

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Format

Hardback
10 pages
Interest Age: 18 months+

Author

Felicity Brooks
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

29th September 2006

ISBN

9780746075593


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