The partnership continues between The British Museum and Nosy Crow with three fantastic new books in their series of books for 0-12 year olds. The British Museum is the country’s leading visitor attraction and the second most visited museum in the world. The books draw on the British Museum’s unparalleled, vast and fascinating collection of objects and Nosy Crow’s expertise as the Independent Children’s publisher of the Year 2017, to create a collection of titles that represent and celebrate cultures from around the world!
Colours and Opposites are the two new titles in their board books series, where inquisitive toddlers can enjoy learning all the colours of the rainbow and contrasting opposites alongside seeing wonderful photographic images highlighting cultures from around the world.
There is a useful index in each book, detailing all the artefacts shown, giving little ones and grown-ups the chance to explore and learn more.
Featuring everything from illustrations by Beatrix Potter to a mask made of coconut from Bangladesh, I love the celebration of history and culture giving a wonderful opportunity to inspire even the youngest of minds. I also think older sibling’s, parents and carers will enjoy the tour through history!
Mixed-Up Masterpieces Funny Faces is a fun photographic mix-up book, featuring faces from the museum’s collection. With puzzles to solve matching up the correct faces and then hours of fun mixing them all up again, there’s hundreds of hilarious combinations!
The faces used are incredible real masks from around the world, with an index at the back of the book telling you about each one. Again this is a book that will inspire curiosity in the many and varied cultures around the world and bring history to life – something all the family can enjoy.
Find out more at www.nosycrow.com and www.britishmuseum.org
Read my reviews of the first two books in the series here.
With thanks to Nosy Crow for sending me these books to review.
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