Max and Zap at the Museum

Molly MacPherson; Illustrated by Natasha Rimmington

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£6.99
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Quick Look

  • An exciting treasure hunt through Scotland's past. Can Max and Zap solve the clues and find Mary Queen of Scots' jewels?
  • Brings museums to life for young children -- with stamping dinosaurs, mischievous animals and troublesome characters from Scottish history!
  • Filled with characters and exhibits familiar to any museum-lover

Bringing history alive (literally!). Can Max and Zap follow the clues to find Mary Queen of Scots jewels in a museum full of real-life dinosaurs, animals and characters from Scotland's past? An exciting treasure hunt inspired by real museum exhibits.

Format:
paperback
Size:
230 x 265 mm
Publisher:
Floris Books
Subject:
Picture Kelpies
Illustrations:
colour illustrations
Age Range:
From 4 to 7 years
Extent:
32 pages
ISBN:
9781782504238
Publication date:
22 Jun 2017
Series:
Picture Kelpies

Description

Max is visiting a museum in Scotland, with his toy robot Zap, when something amazing happens: he tries on some magic armour, the whole museum comes to life -- and so does Zap!

Mary Queen of Scots needs Max and Zap's help to find her missing jewels. Can they follow the clues in a museum full of real-life dinosaurs, animals and characters from history? Watch out for the T-Rex!

Inspired by actual museum exhibits this lively book whisks young readers on an exciting journey through Scotland's fascinating past. Natasha Rimmington brings history alive (literally!) with fun and vibrant illustrations.

Reviews

'Six year old Johnny gave it a big thumbs up. He was able to try to read the clues for himself, as well as following and engaging with the story and trying to spot the hidden jewels before Max (or Zap) found them. He particularly liked the way the exhibits suddenly came to life and ''really really'' liked Zap.'
-- Lothian Life

Author

Molly MacPherson is a writer based in Edinburgh.

Natasha Rimmington is a children's book illustrator who graduated from the University of Lincoln. She currently lives in Stirling, Scotland.

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