Lots of busy scenes illustrating life in Ancient Greece, and over 300 stickers with which to populate them. An fun introduction to the history of the Ancient Greeks which has been approved by a historical expert.
The Greek myths have inspired some of the most famous artwork ever created. This art sticker book uses amazing paintings and sculptures to introduce the characters and stories of Greek mythology.An informative book about the Greek Myths with lots of stickers to enjoy. Gods and heroes, the monsters they battled and the magical world they lived in are all explored with the help of images created by the Ancient Greeks and artists throughout history. Over 90 stickers encourage interactive learning. This smaller format replaces the original edition, ISBN 9781409533030.
Author: Lisa Jane Gillespie
Release Date: 2013-12-01
Hours of sticker fun with over 250 stickers with which to dress the gods and goddesses of the Greek Myths. Dress and accessorize Perseus and the Gorgon, Theseus and the Minotaur, Zeus, Icarus and many more, whilst learning who's who in the world of Greek Mythology. Not suitable for children under 36 months because of small parts.
From gladiators fighting in the Colosseum, a bustling Roman army camp filled with soldiers, an extravagant banquet in a senator's house, to domestic scenes of Romans going about their daily business, this book provides scenes from Ancient Roman times to fill with stickers.
"This means war!" yells King Menelaus when he finds out that his wife has sailed away in the dead of night with a Trojan prince. Follow the epic struggle of the great Greek heroes as they seek their revenge on Troy with an army of 100,000 men. Full of action, adventure and suspense, these fast-moving stories have been retold for today's readers in a way that is guaranteed to bring the Greek myths to life.
A handy guide for would-be time-travellers planning a trip back to Ancient Greece A Visitor's Guide to Ancient Greece is full of fascinating historical information about interesting tourist attractions, important festivals and the fashions and customs of ancient Greece. Written in an amusing style with a guide to the best villas, hotels and markets, this book also includes internet links which help readers to access the best online resources about Ancient Greece.
Deep in the heart of enemy territory, through mountainous seas and uncharted lands, Jason and his fearless crew, the Argonauts, do battle with giants, dragons, monsters and a merciless sea god, to bring the legendary Golden Fleece back to Greece. Thrillingly retold for today's readers, this heroic tale of myths and monsters in the ancient world remains as fresh and exciting as the day it was first written.
'Beginners' contain dual-level text. On each page a simple line for beginner readers is accompanied by a more complex one, which can be read aloud by an adult or by the child as he or she grows in confidence.
A lavishly designed sticker book, packed with over 120 stickers of artefacts, artworks and objects from Ancient Rome. An interactive way to find out about life in Roman times, from how the senate worked and the geography of the Roman Empire to how Roman people groomed themselves. Written in conjunction with an expert on the period.
Author: Anthony Marks
Release Date: 2014-08-01
We are surrounded by classical music and this fascinating pictorial introduction makes it accessible to all. What is classical music? Who were the celebrity composers and musicians of their day? These questions and many more are answered in this beautifully illustrated information sticker book. Internet links take you to samples of the music online. In this interactive book, the reader can find stickers of paintings and illustrations of musical instruments, musicians and performances of classical music to put into place throughout the book. One double page spread allows you to create your own sticker book orchestra, explaining who sits where and why.
Illustrated with Paul Nicholls' fun artwor, this is an engaging picture of life in the Middle Ages. All aspects of Medieval life, from city to village, monastery and castle and university are depicted.