Easter Sticker Book by Karen Williamson
  

Synopsis

Easter Sticker Book by Karen Williamson

A delightful sticker book retelling the Easter story, whilst helping children to understand the true meaning of the Easter season. Sensitively depicting the story of Easter, from Palm Sunday through to the good news of Jesus' resurrection with clear and simple text and bright colourful stickers. Children search for the correct stickers and place them on each page to help illustrate the story.

About the Author

Karen Williamson worked as a London primary school teacher and publisher's editor before launching a successful career as a full-time writer. With three children of her own, she specializes in Bible stories for young readers. Amanda Enright trained in London at Camberwell College of Art, the Royal College of Art and St Martin's College of Art, winning a prize for drawing and a Special Student Award at the Annecy film festival. Amanda is inspired by Matisse and Picasso, and by beautiful old and new children's books, vintage fabrics and toys.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
16 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Karen Williamson
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Publisher

Candle Books an imprint of Lion Hudson Plc

Publication date

18th January 2013

ISBN

9781859859438


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