What on Earth

Build Your Own Stickerbook Timeline! (Includes 100 Stickers)

What on Earth

Build Your Own Stickerbook Timeline! (Includes 100 Stickers)


Product Code: WO003

Age: 3y+

29 in stock



What on Earth? Stickerbooks tell giant stories using stickers on a timeline, This one is all about the amazing story of life on Earth from the tiniest living thing, a bacteria, 4 billion years ago. This What on Earth? Stickerbook of Nature can be unfolded and spread out on a table, stretched across the floor or even stuck up on a wall. To make your own sticker-book version of the story of life on Earth just unfold the timeline attached to inside back cover and stick more than 100 stickers in the right places. When you are finished, put your name on the nameplate, carefully tear off the timeline along the perforated edge and stick it on a wall using blue-tac, tape or pins. You can also enjoy colouring in Dippy, the giant Diplodocus – why not ask someone else in your family to help and together you can spot how many different animals and plants are inside! Developed in conjunction with experts at the Natural History Museum.

Paperback: 26 pages

ISBN: 9780956593689

Dimensions: 21 x 1 x 29.7 cm

Written by: Christopher Lloyd

Illustrated by: Andy Forshaw

About the author: Christopher graduated with a double first in history from Cambridge in 1990 and went on to become the Technology Editor for The Sunday Times. He left in 2000 to become CEO of Immersive Education in Oxford before becoming an author in 2006. His best selling history of the world, called What on Earth Happened? (Bloomsbury 2008) is now in 15 languages and has sold more than 500,000 copies worldwide. He established his own publishing house What on Earth Publishing in Spring 2010 and has published a series of timelines in collaboration with illustrator Andy Forshaw covering history, nature, science, sport, Shakespeare and Magna Carta. Christopher is now in great demand as a lecturer and storyteller in schools, museums and at literary festivals throughout the UK and abroad. He divides his time between lecturing and writing.