The London Sticker Book has pictures and descriptions of over 90 people and places in London. There are several sheets of stickers that the kids match with the picture/description. I bought 4 books as part of our Celtic & British curriculum this school year. We spent several afternoons matching stickers to the right pictures while either myself or my teenager read the descriptions on the pages.
Yes, I know my 15 year-old is technically considered too old for a sticker book but I included her in the project too. She learns visually so what better way to reinforce all the things she's been reading about this year than through the pictures on the stickers.
The sticker book unintentionally became a multi-faceted learning tool. 1) A family activity 2) Friendly sibling competition. My kids started a game amongst themselves. When you found the sticker you were looking for, you'd call out, "Found it!" Then my middle two boys wanted to rank everyone in the order they found the stickers so we learned rankings - 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. All four of them had a genuine chance to win. 3) Map Skills: The last two pages of the sticker book are a map of London. We had fun talking about all the places we want to visit and where they are located on the map. We also went on Google Earth and looked up places we're going to visit in England and Ireland. 4) The sticker book did a fantastic job reinforcing the material we had learned about people and places around London from other books, movies, and projects.