Complete with a carry handle and postcards to send, My First London Sticker Book is the ideal companion on a trip to London, or for any child to enjoy the excitement of the big city. Packed with activities from colouring to imagining your own exhibit at the Natural History Museum, it promises to keep young children very busy while they find out about London's landmarks.
With over two hundred and fifty stickers, children can enjoy completing London scenes, playing matching activities, and decorating the pages as they go. Marion Billet's spirited scenes feature lively children and lots of detail to spot and talk about. Including illustrations of Buckingham Palace, London Zoo, Tower Bridge and the London Eye, this book will also make a wonderful souvenir to keep.
This carry-handle activity title has masses of tourist appeal -- Children's Buyers Guide Spring 2015 * The Bookseller * Simple, stylish and colourful...plus over 250 stickers, all beautifully detailed and with some lovely comic touches. * Parents In Touch * Whether you are looking for an action-packed virtual tour of London or a way to share memories of a first visit, there could be no better way to learn, look and travel * Lancashire Evening Post *
About Marion Billet
Marion Billetwas born in 1982 in Lyon, France. She studied children's book illustration at the Emile Cohl School. Marion is widely published - around 80 children's books published in 11 different countries, including the Whizzy Wheels series (My First London Bus, My First London Taxi, My First Digger, My First Tractor, My First Train and My First Fire Engine) as well as Hello! London, a push, pull and slide book of London landmarks. Her illustrations have also appeared in magazines, on stationery and toys, and on children's furniture and clothes. Marion lives in Paris.
My First London Sticker Book by Marion Billet
Used - Well Read
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This is a used book. We do our best to provide good quality books for you to read, but there is no escaping the fact that it has been owned and read by someone else previously. Therefore it will show signs of wear and may be an ex library book.