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Natalie Fieldhouse, Independent Usborne Organiser


First English words sticker book

First English words sticker book

Farmyard Tales First Words sticker books
First English words sticker book

  • A colourful sticker book to help preschool children learn their first words and read simple sentences with Poppy, Sam and the animals of Apple Tree Farm.
  • Each double page shows a large, busy scene on the farm, with a border of clearly labelled pictures of animals, fruit and vegetables and toys for children to match the stickers to.
  • Featuring the much-loved illustrations of Stephen Cartwright and the classic characters Woolly the sheep, Curly the pig and Rusty the dog.
  • With over 100 stickers to match to the correct words and phrases.
  • Children can listen to the words read by a native English speaker at the Usborne Quicklinks Website.

Paperback:

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Extra information

Key Stage: EYFS E; Age 3+

BIC: A2L79

Paperback:
ISBN: 9781409586838
32 pages + 10 pages stickers
276 x 216mm

Illustrator: Stephen Cartwright

Heather Amery

Heather Amery was born and brought up in Bath, Somerset. Heather has written over a hundred books for children, including alphabet books, science and history books, craft books, classical fairy tales, a series for beginner readers called Farmyard Tales, Bible stories, and Greek Myths. She has also compiled word books, song books, and books of poetry.

Reader reviews

First Words Sticker Book (English)
Bought this book for my 4 yr old who is currently in the nursery class at school. Kept her really absorbed matching the stickers to the words. Really good educational book, but fun as well, I would highly recommend this book to parents of other children this age. Looking to buy some more now!

Jane Ciftci, 14th June 2009
first words sticker book (English)
I sat my 5 year old daughter at the kitchen table with this book, and she was totally engrossed! Apart from wanting to cover everything in stickers at the moment, she is also just reading and writing. She was totally absorbed in the challenge of finding the colour coded stickers, having a go at spelling the words out loud and of course decorating the pages with all the stickers! Meanwhile I was able to get on with preparing the dinner. Highly recommended for keeping somebody busy!

sarah, 27th March 2009

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