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The speed with which Pompeii was enveloped by volcanic lava has left us an extraordinary and unique record of daily life in a Roman town. This information sticker book tells the story of that fateful day and its legacy, through photographs of mosaics, paintings and statues that were amazingly preserved and discovered in the ashes.
For budding aficionados of art, children can learn and have fun matching the stickers of famous paintings from the National Gallery with their labelled frames. Each frame and painting is accompanied by a plaque of fascinating facts about the piece and its creator so children can learn about art as they go. Each charmingly illustrated double spread is based upon a simple theme such as children, colour, animals and portraits. This title contains over 100 stickers.
This is a charmingly simple introduction to some of the world's greatest works of art and when they were made - from the first cave paintings to modern masterpieces. It is produced in association with the National Gallery, London. It features over 140 stickers of paintings and other works of art to place on the pages. It is packed with fascinating facts and stories about the pictures and the artists who made them, plus internet links to find out more. It is arranged by period, including a timeline for reference. It features over 70 original works of art, plus many extra details and enlargements, and lively cartoon-style illustrations.
Discover who were the most famous composers, what they were famous for and how they changed and shaped the music world. A superb, illustrated account of the lives and works of the most respected and eminent classical composers through the ages. Illustrations: Full colour throughout WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months because of small parts. Choking Hazard.
What is blood for? What do muscles look like? How many bones are there in the skeleton? Anatomical diagrams, X-rays, scans and colour photographs help build up a complete picture of the human body and how it works in this informative sticker book. Illustrations: Full colour throughout WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months because of small parts. Choking Hazard.
One of the reasons that London attracts so many tourists each year is its royal connections. Not only is the UK's capital city home to the Queen, but it has also seen a wealth of royal history. This entertaining book allows you to colour your way around Royal London, from the Tower of London to Buckingham Palace.
Travel back in time with this fascinating sticker book that is published in conjunction with The Imperial War Museum. It is jam-packed with information, maps and photographs taken during the First World War together with over 100 stickers of photographs and artefacts.
An illustrated sticker book that shows what it was like to live in a castle in the dangerous Middle Ages. With over 100 detailed stickers including photographs and illustrations of knights and castles, armour, weapons, shields and treasure, it is full of facts about castles and castle life, battles, coats of arms, tournaments and feasting.
Illustrated with photographs of clothes and accessories, this title includes paintings as well as illustrations to bring the fashions of the past to life. It features lively text and fascinating facts that look at fashions through the ages from ancient times right up to the modern age. It offers over 100 stickers.
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