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Story of London sticker book

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Sticker books
Story of London sticker book

  • A colourful and informative sticker book telling the story of London’s turbulent past.
  • With over 120 stickers of London landmarks, famous paintings of London and iconic images from key historical events.
  • Young historians can follow the story of London through Roman Londinium to the plagues and fires of the seventeenth century, and from the innovations of Victorian London to the destruction of the Blitz during the Second World War.
  • Includes pages about London transport and the Tower of London through history, as well as a page about London today and internet links to find our more.
“Perfect for those who are not lucky enough to be able to visit London in this Olympic/Jubilee year, as well as a lovely souvenir to refresh memories after a visit.”
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Press Reviews

A vibrant celebration of England's capital city, with big sales potential in this very British year.
The Bookseller
Over 120 generously sized and colourful stickers help children find out about the key events in our great capital city. As well as the stickers, there are colourful pages on the key sights and events in London's history. Plus a map to help locate them in the city.
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