Rugby Sticker Book by Jonathan Melmoth
  

Rugby Sticker Book

Written by Jonathan Melmoth
Illustrated by Paul Nicholls
Part of the Sticker Books Series

Synopsis

Rugby Sticker Book by Jonathan Melmoth

Young rugby fans can add more than 300 stickers to the pages of this exciting activity book. Children will love to organise the players on the training pitch, help them into the right kit in the changing rooms, line up the New Zealand All Blacks for their traditional Haka, and get their team into the perfect formation for a match-winning try.

Reviews

'Dress players in their kit, set up team formations and create a nice messy scrum in this kiddie equivalent of Championship Manager' - The Telegraph'

'A cleverly engaging way to introduce active minds and small fingers to the oval ball.' - Forty-20

About the Author

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
34 pages

Author

Jonathan Melmoth
More books by Jonathan Melmoth

Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st July 2015

ISBN

9781409595106


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