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Susie and Sam go to the Museum
Worried that a museum will be dull? Prefer the beach or computer games? This book helps you to explain to a child that a museum might not be as dreary as they think.
In Susie & Sam Go to the Museum the twins go the museum with their mum and dad. Sam is worried the museum will be boring. When the family get there, Susie and Sam love the dinosaurs, and animals, costumes, model steam engines, vases from ancient Rome and mummies from Egypt. They also look at some musical instruments. The story is presented in a helpful, positive and reassuring way with bright, fun pictures.
The Susie & Sam series is a charming collection of illustrated stories about the new events and first experiences that most young children will encounter in everyday life. We created this series in 1997 and have recently edited each book again for today. The books are popular in schools and with parents who can use them to broach new and difficult areas as a way of discussing things and making them fun.
About the Author:
Judy Hamilton has written many books for children. Illustrated by Mimi Everett.
Trimmed Page Size: 167 x 113mm; Hardback; 28pp; spine: 8mm; Weight: 90g.