Experience the world of Avatar like never before.
Re-create your favourite scenes from the movie with these reusable stickers and colourful background scenes.
I found the book interesting because it's cover was very colourful. The book was something good to have because it gave me a little bit of info about the movie, like the names of the creatures. When I took a good look at the inside of the book, I could not wait to use it because it had a fun-looking puzzle in the back.
The reusable stickers were very useful because they could come off easily, so I could take them off and try again if I made a mistake, and I could put them back in the section of the book that the stickers came from and do it again later. Some of the stickers looked incredibly realistic so it looked more like I was drawing more of the picture instead of placing stickers on the page.
If you enjoyed James Cameron's "Avatar", then this is just the book for you, so get it NOW!
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