Make Your Own Roman Arena by Clare Beaton
  

Synopsis

Make Your Own Roman Arena by Clare Beaton

Build your very own table-top model by folding out the back cover of these delightful activity books. Then colour in and cut out the figures to complete the scene. There are also facts and stories, extra creative craft projects and a simple glossary. Exceptionally easy-to-make, these books provide hours of creative fun and are extremely popular.

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About the Author

Clare Beaton

Clare Beaton has been charming audiences for years with her hand-sewn picture books. She has published many titles with Barefoot Books, including Secret Seahorse, How Loud is a Lion? and I Dreamt I Was a Dinosaur. Clare divides her time between Islington, North London and Norfolk.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
16 pages

Author

Clare Beaton
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Author's Website

www.clarebeaton.com/

Publisher

b small publishing limited

Publication date

2nd January 2007

ISBN

9781905710171

Publisher Profile

b small publishing limited is an imprint of B Small

logo As a former secondary school language teacher, and after a decade working for various educational publishers, Cath Bruzzone started b small in 1990 from her kitchen table in Chiswick, producing own-brand books for the Early Learning Centre. The first series under the imprint b small was published in 1993 with the Bilingual First Books, colourful first word books in English and French or Spanish. Highly original and increasingly sought after by parents in instilling children with a love of languages, b small goes from strength to strength.

Publisher's Website

www.bsmall.co.uk/


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