Step into a medieval world of chivalry, heraldry, dramatic battles and revolting peasants with STAR PAWS: KNIGHTS. Meet and dress the dashing Sir Arthur Sixpence and join the Knights of the Hound Table as they joust and feast and attend Knight School! Design shields for the brave, apply pustules to the poor and enjoy dressing up dogs, cats, guinea pigs and rabbits in some truly amazing medieval outfits!
Packed with over 250 stickers and more daft jokes than you can count, this brilliantly funny, silly and utterly addictive sticker book series is taking the world by storm!
(NB: No animals were harmed during its creation.)
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Number of pages: 16
Weight: 189 g
Dimensions: 297 x 212 x 4 mm
Edition: Illustrated edition
They're crazy, they're cute, they absorb youngsters for hour after hour - what's not to love about the "Star Paws" sticker book range from Macmillan Books..? Charlotte's best bit: Percil the very cute little guy in "Shopping" and all the cute outfits in the "Amazing Jobs" book. Daddy's Favourite bit: No fuss stickers, no over-complicated shapes, well cut sheets, and minimum of parental supervision required - followed by hour after hour of involvement and engagement while kids sticker themselves into a frenzy. Perfect! * readitdaddy.blogspot.co.uk *
I just know that my 6 year old twin girls are going to adore them and how useful will they be when we need to take a 2 hour car journey to Nanny's in a couple of weeks? * honestmummyreviews.blogspot.co.uk *
What child can't fall in love with the irresistible furry friends whose adventures get them into all sorts of sticky, stickering spots? And with four new and exciting titles to choose from, these books are guaranteed to keep hands busy and the fun factor on full throttle * Lancashire Evening Post *
The books are ideal for an indoor after school activity to keep the boys out of mischief! I will be buying some as Christmas gifts at rrp. GBP3.99 each they're great value, and if Father Christmas is reading I think they'd make nice stocking fillers too! * goriamifamily.blogspot.co.uk *
The text is perfect for children to read independently and follow the instructions given on each page. In the centre of the book are hundreds of stickers used to dress up the characters, decorate the tree etc. They are split into sections so it is clear to the children which stickers are used for which character. * The Book Corner *
I really think for the price you can't go wrong. If, like Little Mr A, your child loves sticker books these really are a great buy and I am going to be putting some on the Christmas list for friends and family. They would make a great gift or stocking filler for any child aged 3+ and, because they are quite funny and witty with the narrative, I think they would also appeal to older children, unlike straight forward sticker books. * mummyoftwo.com *
They are fun and educational all at the same time whilst allowing the child to use its own imagination to create something that sparks interest in them. They are of excellent quality and well worth the GBP3.99 retail price and I think these will be taking the place of our regular Osborne sticker book as they get the thumbs up from me as well as all three of my daughters! * insideemmasattic.blogspot.co.uk *
I think the idea is slightly bonkers but it completely works and my children have been laughing hysterically at their creations * The Gingerbread House *
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