Fossils Sticker Book

Fossils Sticker Book

Natural History Museum

Become a real fossil expert with this fun activity book for children. It's crammed with 100 re-useable stickers, fascinating facts and fun puzzles and games.

978 0 565 09352 5
August 2014
280 x 216 mm / 11 x 8 ½ in
8 pp, plus 6 pp pull-out stickers
Colour throughout
Natural History Museum
3-6 year-olds, key stage 1


Fully checked and approved by Natural History Museum experts, this a great first book about fossils. Discover the incredible creatures that lived a very long time ago and find out how fossils are formed and where they can be found. 

There are some big dinosaur bones, a tree trunk turned to stone, some fabulous flippers and a frozen woolly mammoth. 

Inside this book you’ll find:

  • 100 fantastic re-useable stickers of fossilized plant and animal remains
  • Lots of bite-size facts about creatures of the past and the amazing variety of fossils
  • Fun activities and games including a dot-to-dot puzzle and fossil maze
  • A colourful landscape that can be used to create your own fossil dig
  • Images of actual fossils from the amazing collections of the Natural History Museum

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Pages from Fossils Sticker Book

Pages from Fossils Sticker Book.

Pages from Fossils Sticker Book

Pages from Fossils Sticker Book.

Pages from Fossils Sticker Book

Pages from Fossils Sticker Book.

About the experts

The book is fully checked and approved by Zoe Hughes, Curator of Fossil Invertebrates, and Emma Bernard, Curator of Palaeobiology, in the Earth Sciences Department at the Natural History Museum, London.

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