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The Olympic Games sticker book

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Sticker books
The Olympic Games sticker book

When did the Olympic Games begin? Who are the greatest athletes? With 100 stickers of athletes such as Usain Bolt and Jessica Ennis-Hill, and photos and illustrations telling the story of the biggest multi-sport event in the world. The perfect activity book for the Olympic Games, produced in association with the International Olympic Committee.

“This info-packed title will make a great companion for any Games-mad fan.”
Made for Mums

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Packed with facts, stickers and activities, The Olympic Games Sticker Book is the perfect way to get ready for the Games… and have fun while you learn.
Lancashire Evening Post
If it’s indoor fun you need, learn about the history of the Olympic Games with the Olympic Games Sticker Book.
The Daily Express
Tells the story of the biggest sporting event in history.
Little London
The book is great for children to enjoy before the Olympics start, as well as through the various sporting events that will be taking place during the weeks ahead.
Over 40 and a Mum to One
Covers everything from how the Games began to the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as information on all the major events. There are also more than 100 stickers of famous athletes including medal hopefuls Jessica Ennis-Hill and Usain Bolt. Published with the backing of the International Olympic Committee, this info-packed title will make a great companion for any Games-mad fan.
Made for Mums

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