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Ages: 6+
Grade Levels: Preschool

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Product Code: 417-451

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More Than Just a Sticker Book
More than a sticker book, Usborne Sticker Dressing Explorers is a collection of vignettes about men willing to risk their lives for a cause. Meet some of the most famous explorers in the world who made daring journeys to unknown places. From sailors who sailed the ocean waves to deep sea divers and astronauts who walked on the moon. Use the stickers to dress them all for action.

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An adventurous sticker book following famous explorers through the ages, making daring journeys to unknown places.

Includes over 150 stickers to dress the explorers for their exploits, from sailors who sailed the ocean waves to deep sea divers and astronauts who walked on the moon.

A fun way to find out about some of the most famous and intrepid figures in the history of exploration.

Created in consultation with historical experts.

Publisher's Information
Author: Fiona Watt
Pages:
20 + 10 Pages of Stickers
Binding:
Paperback
Copyright:
January 2013
ISBN:
9780794533748
Publisher:
EDC Publishing
Printed In: USA
Consumable:
No
Faith-Based:
No


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So sad it's only once a week! December 11, 2015
Reviewer: Michelle Scott  
My son adores his sticker dressing books! It's so hard to get him to do just one once a week (per the kindergarten curriculum). He just finished the Explorers one and we are moving on to the Emergency Services. These are great for teachable moments on subjects I never thought about telling my kids. We will be purchasing more of these.

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Single Use Stickers July 14, 2015
Reviewer: Jennifer P.  
This book is an excellent introduction to history and historical figures. We enjoyed dressing the characters and learning about each of the real life historical figures (mixed in with theoretical ones). The little history blurb at the beginning of each scene sets the stage for the lesson and is a great conversation starter. My 5-6 year old did struggle a bit with lining up the clothing correctly on the people (but he was being a tad persnickety) and the stickers aren't nearly sturdy enough for fingers with less than full fine motor control. The stickers aren't sturdy enough to remove and re-position on the pages either, which my son was very disappointed about.

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We love these books. We September 29, 2014
Reviewer: Scarlett M.  
We love these books. We have used several different Usborne Sticker Dressing books and they are one of the things my kids really look forward to doing. While the book itself does not contain in depth teaching, it often gets questions and conversations going that give me a lot of opportunity for teaching.

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My Son is very happy September 12, 2014
Reviewer: Julie J.  
My Son is very happy with the book! He loves to figure out the outfits for each character, and I love the history lesson on each page. Hours of fun for us both.

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Fun way to start conversations about history. April 10, 2014
Reviewer: MaryAnne Mamasmilesblog  
I bought this book for my barely-six-year-old son, and he enjoyed it but it was a little above his ability. I would recommend it for a slightly older child seven or eight years old. The pictures are fun, and I think they do get kids thinking about history and how people dress. You could use this book to start some great discussions about why people dress a certain way for certain locations and time periods.

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