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Usborne - Haunted House Sticker Book

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PRODUCT: Usborne - Haunted House Sticker Book (www.usborne.com)Usborne Haunted House Sticker Book

DESCRIPTION: A 24-page sticker book with a haunted housed theme, including 10 further pages containing over 300 spooky stickers. Written by Kirsteen Rogers and illustrated by Seb Burnett. Suitable for children aged 5 years upwards.

GOOD POINTS: The Haunted House Sticker Book from Usborne Books is perfect for kids who like things that go bump in the night!

The book gives you a guided tour of a spooky mansion, with each new page introducing your child to a different part of the house, including among others the Haunted Hall, Troll's Kitchen, Creepy Conservatory, Beastly Bathroom and Smuggler's Cellar to name just a few!

The book is packed full of bright colours and fun detailed illustrations depicting 'scary' goings-on in each of the rooms (don't worry...not too scary!), and your child can follow the text and use the accompanying stickers to add some 'spooky' detail to each scene.

The stickers, and there are a fantastic number of them, are located in the centre pages of the book, and they contain a range of wonderfully spooky creatures, animals and objects! For ease of finding, they are grouped according to the different areas of the mansion, with no two stickers the same!

The book is large in size, and its pages are made from good quality thick paper, with a glossy cover showing the haunted house in all its creepy glory! In addition, a handy contents page at the front of the book enables your child to go straight to their favourite part of the house!

In our opinion, this Usborne sticker book is a really fun interactive book, with some fantastic pictures and a huge amount of detail for kids to observe and enjoy.

BAD POINTS: None really, other than the stickers cannot be reused.

PRICE: £5.99

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