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... quite a number of 'Horrible Histories Sticker and Activity Books' (officially called Activity, Gift and Novelty Books, from the Horrible Histories main page) Horrible Christmas Sticker Book Angry Aztecs ...
... stickers) Little Critter Favorite Things (1994) ISBN 0-307-08573-2 (a coloring book) Little Critter's Day at the Farm (with reusable stickers) (1994) ISBN 0-590-48641-1 (and ISBN 0-590-32804-2) Little Critter's ... Critter's Christmas A Coloring and Activity Book (1997) ISBN 1-57719-230-3 Little Critter's Backseat Busy Book (1999) Painting the Seasons with Little Critter (2003) HarperCollins, ISBN 0-06-053956-9 Fun ...
... Year Title Contains 1995 Bumper Activity Book The Wildly Wonderful Activity Book, The Simply Sensational Activity Book, The Really Remarkable Activity Book and The Completely Crazy Activity Books in one ... Set Where's Wally?, Where's Wally Now?, The Ultimate Fun Book, The Truly Terrific Activity Book and The Absolutely Amazing Activity Book 2004 The Completely ... Collection Where's Wally?, Where's Wally Now?, The Fantastic Journey, In Hollywood, The Wonder Book special editions and The Fabulous Flying Carpets Sticker Book ...
... includes the "Smartbook" - an interface with a stylus that holds activity books and works together with Smartridges (an idea pioneered by Sega with their Sega Pico and Japan-only Advanced Pico ... The activity book plays along with the smartridge and the Smartbook knows which page is being used while the touch sensitive stylus directs the play ... The Smartbook may come bundled with a Scooby Doo Activity Book + Smartridge ...
Famous quotes containing the words book and/or activity:
“Fowls in the frith,
Fishes in the flood,
And I must wax wod:
Much sorrow I walk with
For best of bone and blood.”
—Unknown. Fowls in the Frith. . .
Oxford Book of Short Poems, The. P. J. Kavanagh and James Michie, eds. Oxford University Press.
“History does nothing; it does not possess immense riches, it does not fight battles. It is men, real, living, who do all this.... It is not history which uses men as a means of achievingas if it were an individual personits own ends. History is nothing but the activity of men in pursuit of their ends.”
—Karl Marx (18181883)