Sticker Atlas of the World

Sticker Atlas of the World

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A fantastic interactive atlas with over 140 stickers to help children learn about the countries of the world, the most famous and interesting sites, and also each country's flag and fascinating world records. A brilliant introduction to geography, capital cities and world landmarks ranging from the statue of the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. With brightly-coloured, intricate illustrations and photographs of the major sights, cities and landmarks of each country. Internet links lead to online maps, more information about the flags of the world, and fun things to make and do.
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Product details

  • 0-5
  • Paperback | 36 pages
  • 216 x 276 x 3mm | 180g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • New ed
  • Full colour throughout
  • 9781409557234
  • 39,011

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A lovely way for children to learn about the countries of the world - and this is a brand new edition so bang up to date. * Parents in Touch * GOOD POINTS: An impressive and very educational interactive reference book for school-aged children. In our opinion, this is a truly fantastic (and reasonably priced) sticker-based reference book, that teaches young children about the most famous sights in the world in a fun, interesting and educational way.
BAD POINTS: None that we can find! * First4Dads *
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About Alice Pearcey

Der bekannte Le-Corbusier-Spezialist Tim Benton ist als Dozent für Kunstgeschichte an der Open University, Großbritannien tätig
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