Sticker Dolly Dressing: Costumes Around the World

Suitable for 5 - 7 years

gbp prices
Save £1.80
Offer price: £4.19
Rewards/RRP: £5.99
Product ordering
  • Schools earn Scholastic Rewards when parents or staff order from us. If you work at a school you can use Rewards to buy books and resources for your classroom or library. Find out how to use Scholastic Rewards

Buy this and your school gets £0.84 to spend on books Orders of £10 or more will earn 20% of your order value back in Scholastic Rewards for your school.

This product has not been rated yet.

0 reviews (Add a review)

Delivery information

  • FREE UK delivery for schools on orders containing at least one paid item.
  • FREE UK delivery on orders £25 or over
  • £3.95 delivery charge on UK orders under £25

Book Club orders

  • FREE delivery to schools
  • Books will be despatched after the school's order is confirmed

UK delivery within 5-7 working days

Delivery charges and times vary for overseas addresses

Refund and returns policy

Product description

A global festival of fashion! Dress these pretty dollies in traditional festive outfits from all around the world. There are silk kimonos from Japan, and the bright and beautiful saris of India. There are pretty patterned Nigerian bubus, flamboyant flamenco costumes, and the famous carnival masks of Venice. This is dressing-up with a difference, full of round-the-world looks to mix and match. Take inspiration from every country, then combine the styles in your own unique way.

  • An inspiring book of global dress-up sticker fun
  • With over 275 reusable stickers of amazing outfits
  • Traditional festive costumes from a range of cultures
  • Beautifully illustrated in a pretty and intricate style

Not suitable for children under 3 years of age. Small parts.

Product Details






Usborne Publishing Ltd

Date published

February 1st, 2013

Other details

  • 34 pages




This product has not been reviewed yet.

Add a review

Customers also bought

What kids think

  1. Selinda769
    on 9 April 2016

    The pictures are clear and beautifully animated and it gives away different religion celebrations which people would love to know and could take in for RE lessons. It’s very different to other books I read but I like it.

    5out of 5