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The Usborne Sticker Dressing Second World War
The Usborne Sticker Dressing Second World War

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Learn About WWII With Stickers
From U-boat commanders and D-day paratroopers to Russian snipers and French resistance fighters, find out what fighting men wore during World War II. With Sticker Dressing: Second World War your child will learn what countries belonged to the Allies versus the Axis powers, be introduced to the lingo of that era, and become familiarized with classic weapons of the 1940s. Brief vignettes on every two-page spread and stickers to dress the diverse servicemen will whet your child’s appetite to know more about this influential war.

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• An engrossing sticker book packed with over 170 stickers to get soldiers, sailors and pilots ready for action as they brave danger on land, at sea and in the air.

• Features historically accurate uniforms and costumes, from U-boat commanders, snipers and paratroopers to resistance fighters and air raid wardens.

• The simple text contains fascinating facts about fighting and life during the Second World War, written in consultation with a historian.

Publisher's Information
Author: Lisa Jane Gillespie
EDC Publishing
Printed In: USA

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
The sticker books are the November 3, 2014
Reviewer: Julie J.  
The sticker books are the highlight of my sons day and I love them for the mini lesson on each page!

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Hands On Introduction to WWII April 13, 2013
Reviewer: Wendi  
My four year old loves this sticker-dressing book. It is a great way for him to practice eye/hand coordination and introduce him to a piece of history. Each page has a couple of sentences about the scene which is a nice starting point for explaining the war, what it was about and who was involved. All the while, he thinks its just a fancy sticker book! Everyone is happy.

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