In this unique colouring book for adults, Lizzie Mary Cullen takes you on a cultural exploration of the United Kingdom. Trace your pencil through iconic urban spaces, elegant patterns, peaceful countryside landscapes and elaborate London scenes as part of an immersive journey through British heritage. Get ready to gild, decorate and bring to life exquisite details of British life, both historic and modern.Over 80 of the most poignant and definitive British proverbs provide the inspiration and an enchanting background to Lizzie's unforgettable illustrations. Through colouring in you will reveal hidden objects that allude to the proverbs as you lose yourself to the pleasure of discovering the beauty of all things English.Lizzie's unique style rooted in pyschogeography and urban cartography has resulted in lavish interpretations and new perspectives on iconic images, but never cliched so that you are free to interpret the work in your own colouring style.Whether you are a fan of Lizzie's previous books, Magical Cities and Magical Christmas, a student or a teacher of the English language, or simply looking for art therapy or a digital detox, you'll enjoy the originality and beauty of this colouring book. And with thick, sumptuous paper as your canvas, you'll no doubt want to showcase your artwork as a beautiful coffee table book or framed images for your wall once you've completed your journey.This colouring book is the third title in a brand-new colouring book series celebrating the uniqueness and beauty of world cultures through their landscapes and decor.Go beyond colouring in...They say a picture is worth a 1000 words... Colouring in promotes focus and mindfulness. Through completing the carefully constructed and researched images, you will gain insights into British life, learn about the places, the art and architecture, the relics, the regions, and even the language. Proverbs are like windows into a culture, encapsulating its cultural knowledge and values. Each hidden object alludes to the proverb, giving you a memory hook for remembering it. With a Bilingual glossary in back, you will pick up the language at the heart of British culture. An index references the specific details of each image.
What a World: Amazing Stories from Around the Globe, is a six-book series that explores many fascinating topics from around the world and across history. The stories in What a World cover a diverse range of high-interest topics, from biographical pieces to exploration of cultures in various historical and contemporary periods.
Contains the Pupil's Book and the Pupil's DVD-ROM. This title takes pupil's on a journey to different countries around the world in each unit. It includes topics that provide cross-cultural knowledge and the DVD-ROM has videos and interactivities for further development of vocabulary and grammar.
Nearly 40 years ago, a rediscovered diary enchanted the nation. Edith Holden's 'Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady' from 1906 captured her observations on the English countryside's changing seasons, accompanied by exquisite illustrations of its flora and fauna.Now, for the first time, Edith's work been turned into an beautiful colouring book.Featuring black & white ink illustrations based on her paintings, alongside the original handwriting from the lost journal, this is a captivating colouring book that guides you through a year in the world of this truly remarkable Edwardian lady.
Relax into the creative world of colouring. Containing a beautiful and diverse collection of illustrations, this fantastic book will allow the artist within you to shine! This edition contains a selection of over 40 mandala artworks for you to complete in your chosen colour scheme. You can make your finished artworks as simple or as complex as you like - whichever you choose, youll be delighted by the results. Welcome to the wonderful world of Zen Colouring!
Relax into the creative world of colouring. Containing a beautiful and diverse collection of illustrations, this fantastic book will allow the artist within you to shine! This edition contains a selection of over 40 animal artworks for you to complete in your chosen colour scheme. You can make your finished artworks as simple or as complex as you like - whichever you choose, youll be astounded by the results. Welcome to the wonderful world of Zen Colouring!
An exciting picture book based on the Peppa Pig special episode, Around the World! In this story, Peppa visits friends located across the globe in her very own aeroplane. With journeys to the South Pole, snowy mountain tops, the jungle and the desert, this is a colourful and action-packed Peppa adventure.
A write-in activity book for young children, full of mazes, dot-to-dot, drawing, colouring, stickering, spot-the-difference, counting, spotting and matching activities - all themed around space. An interactive way for children to find out about what's out in space, with exciting space facts and lots of space-related vocabulary. Space is a hot topic for children, and with the first British astronaut going up to the International Space Station in November 2015 the excitement around space travel is sure to continue building. This stylish activity book is a gentle introduction to the concept of 'space' and some key space vocabularly for small children. Includes stickers.Part of a series of Usborne Activity Books for Little Children; other titles include 'Travel' and 'Rainy Day'.
The Anatomy, written by a team of eleven leading academics at top universities around the world, has established itself as the leading book in the field of comparative corporate law. Across the world, students and scholars, from undergraduates to well-established authorities, routinely consult this book as a starting point for their inquiries.
Museums and the Public Sphere investigates the role of museums around the world as sites of democratic public space. Explores the role of museums around the world as sites of public discourse and democracy Examines the changing idea of the museum in relation to other public sites and spaces, including community cultural centers, public halls and the internet Offers a sophisticated portrait of the public, and how it is realized, invoked, and understood in the museum context Offers relevant case studies and discussions of how museums can engage with their publics' in more complex, productive ways