Princesses by Tamara Fonteyn
  

Synopsis

Princesses by Tamara Fonteyn

This beautiful activity book offers children age 3 to 5, especially boys, 24 pages to colour and discover. Every double page brings a new theme: a vintage car rally, motorcyclists escorting a limousine, a street of a modern city, a scene from the Paris-Dakar rally, luxury sedans in Las Vegas, convertibles in a dream setting, racing motorcycles entering a bend, delivery cars and motorbikes, a Formula 1 racetrack, the history of the car, a group of motorcyclists on Highway 66, a holiday exodus on a highway, a motocross race. More than 100 cars and motorcycles operating on the most beautiful racetracks and roads of the world have their names displayed on pages like in a picture book or encyclopedia for children! Vehicles on two or four wheels and their exciting world are for children to discover, colour and study. The pictures to be coloured are remarkable. Realistic and poetic at the same time, they depict cars and motorbikes operating in complex and varied settings that inspire the imagination of children, increase their knowledge and add to the enjoyment of colouring. Thanks to the thick paper, this book lends itself to the use of different colouring techniques, including felt-tip pens.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Tamara Fonteyn
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Publisher

Nanook Books Ltd
nanookbooks.com

Publication date

10th February 2016

ISBN

9781910538548


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