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Here stands the Castle de Chevalier, a powerful fortress from the year 1280. It's home to Duke Roland, his family, his brave knights, and his many servants. All it needs is some children to come visit and fill in every room with their reusable stickers, from the busy kitchen to the deep, dark dungeon, and even the fields beyond. At the back of the book, children will find extra activities, including designing their own castle, coloring in a siege scene, making up jousting scenarios, spotting the misfits, and more! It's a fun way to learn about a time long ago.
Jim Pipe has a degree in Ancient and Modern History from Oxford University. He has written more than 100 children's titles, including history, graphic novels, and fantasy books.
Maria Taylor lives in Plymouth, Devon, England, where she lectures in illustration at Plymouth College of Art. She illustrated the children's ward at Plymouth Hospital and has illustrated books for Penguin.