The Usborne Doll’s House Sticker Book – Country House
Published in association with The National Trust, this is traditional doll's house in sticker book form, with the grand rooms of an Edwardian English country house just waiting to be filled with furniture and accessories. Each scene features several rooms, so you can see what life is like upstairs and downstairs simultaneously.
With more than 200 stickers of beautiful furniture, delicious food and delicate chandeliers and china, children will have hours of fun arranging furniture, setting the table for lunch, hanging pictures on the wall and stocking the pantry shelves.
Rooms to add stickers to include (among many others): the housemaid’s quarters, the nursery, the kitchen, her ladyship’s bedroom and, of course, a well-stocked library. Internet links allow children to find out more about life at the beginning of the 20th century, via a selection of carefully selected and monitored websites.
The Usborne Renaissance Sticker Book
Published in association with The National Gallery, London, this is a brilliant introduction to an era which changed the world. This extensive topic has been condensed into sections including religion, key artistic patrons, the growth of cities and the New World.
Over one hundred stickers feature famous paintings, drawings and sculptures from The National Gallery’s collection which typify the period, by artists including Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo. As children search for the right stickers to add to each page, they will find themselves absorbed in the fascinating information which is presented in bite size chunks throughout the book, making this an engaging and accessible history book. Internet links allow children to find out more about Europe during the Renaissance, via a selection of carefully selected and monitored websites.Back to top