Advent Calendar to Colour by Stella Baggott
  

Synopsis

Advent Calendar to Colour by Stella Baggott

A fold-out advent calendar featuring a black and white street scene, to colour a bit each day in the run-up to Christmas. There are doors and windows to open daily, and lots of friendly mice to spot. Stand up to create a festive display, or fold away like a book for storage.

Reviews

'A wonderfully interactive way for your child to count down the days throughout December.' - First4Dads 'A wonderful project with the kids to keep and make into a yearly tradition!' - Colour with Claire 'Gives a child the opportunity to colour every day. It is printed on thick quality paper and makes a great keepsake.' - Storysnug 'I've looked at lots of advent calendars this year...but this one has to be the most charming of the lot.' - Rock'n'Roller Baby blog 'This year I have been given the best [advent calendar] I have seen to review. I think this is fabulous for any child that loves to colour but in addition for older children I think the scenes and pictures behind the doors provide as prompts for storytelling. I feel this is the perfect Advent Calendar for any child that is arty or stationary obsessed like I was as a girl.' - Multiple Mummy blog 'This alternative and rather fabulous calendar from Usborne could not be more different.' - Book Reviews for Mums'

About the Author

Stella Baggott is an illustrator based in London.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
4 pages

Author

Stella Baggott
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st September 2015

ISBN

9781474906340


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