Knights & Castles Things to Make and Do by Rebecca Gilpin
  

Synopsis

Knights & Castles Things to Make and Do by Rebecca Gilpin

Enter the magical realms of knights and castles in this terrific title in the popular Usborne Activities series. This inspiring book is packed with wonderful activities, including a knight's helmet and a royal shield to make, a colourful jousting collage and a simple castle siege painting. Every activity is illustrated in a clear and colourful style, with easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions. It contains over 250 stickers that can be added to the activities from the book or used to create original scenes of chivalry, chainmail and castles.

About the Author

Rebecca Gilpin has been happily writing Usborne books for nearly 10 years, including 15 Make and Do books. She lives at the seaside with her husband in a bright white house and writes her books in a glass room on the roof. Her favourite part of her work is transforming heaps of bits and bobs into fairies, pirates, or whatever else needs to be brought to life that day...

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
34 pages
Interest Age: 4 years +

Author

Rebecca Gilpin
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st April 2012

ISBN

9781409544173


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