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England - My First Book of London A beautifully illustrated hardback picture book about one of the most exciting cities in the world! Aimed at families with young children each feature or building is introduced on a right-hand page in a clue style format close up or not immediately obvious what it is. The reader then turns the page to discover the whole scene with the feature in it and to read the explanatory text.

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Scenic Vista 32165 by Uttermost Vista Mirror 32165This scenic artwork is a hand painted oil that has been done on crackled canvas. The canvas has been stretched and mounted on a hardback. Sides are painted black. Due to the handcrafted nature of this artwork each piece may have subtle differences.SKU: 32165UPC: 792977321652Collection: Scenic VistaMinimum Order Quantity: 1Material: Mdf+ PlywoodOverall Depth: 1.25Overall Width: 60Overall Height: 40Weight: 40Box Size: 71 L x 44 W x 4

Welcome to our World – Europe Part 2 | German | 56 pp. | Hardback | color pictures | 1st Edition: DEcember 2012 | €10,90 | The Wittmann Agency Represents: World rights. | CHILDREN'S & JUVENILE FICTION| An exciting journey through Europe continues. The book shows where imagination and learning meet – while kids explore other countries and their people, they discover ideas for drawing, handicraft and delicious recipes from different regions of Europe.

Welcome to our World – Europe Part 1 | German | 56 pp. | Hardback | color pictures | 1st Edition: April 2012 | €10,90 | The Wittmann Agency Represents: World rights. | CHILDREN'S & JUVENILE FICTION| This colorful book invites kids on an exciting journey of discovery through Europe. Young learners see and get to know interesting things about countries and people and learn a lot about animals and plants.

Title: Great Pictures of Europe Author: Thomas Munro Publication: Tudor Publishing Company New York Publication Date: 1934 Book Description: Green hardback with 100 illustrations. 289 pages. The book details the history of European painting which is written in the form of a guide book to the principal art museums of Europe

Maybe not this exact street, but one very similar. This is where the Bookshop will be. Down an old cobbled street with stone buildings, ivy vines, lanterns and rusty signs. The shop will have a creaky door with a little bell above it. There will soft sofas and hot chocolate with marshmallows. All the shelves will be dark wood and all the books will be old hardbacks. Green carpet on the floor and a faded gobe in the corner. Some day