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The Usborne Art Sticker Book [With Sticker(s)]

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This charmingly illustrated book is packed with stickers from over 100 of the best-loved paintings from London's National Gallery. Learn about the lives of the artists and the stories behind the paintings.
Paperback, 28 pages
Published June 1st 2009 by Usborne Books (first published January 1st 2009)
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Sarah Courtauld lives in London and writes and illustrates funny books for children. Her favourite children's writers are Andy Stanton, Roald Dahl, Tove Jansson, J Meade Falkner and Lemony Snicket, although her all time favourite children's book is The Princess Bride.

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