Two children receive an invitation from their Great-aunt Martha to visit her incredible house. She sets them a treasure hunt to solve as they explore the rooms. Lift more than 50 flaps and solve the riddles on every page as you join them on their treasure hunt, learning about famous historical and cultural objects as you go. Find out about instruments in the music room, the history of jeans in the bedroom, see a velociraptor skeleton in the Cabinet of Curiosities and Shakespeare's plays in the library. A magical book that will inspire a love of history, ideal for anyone who loves exploring houses or playing with doll’s houses.
Kids who love exploring houses or playing with doll's houses will love this book. Lift the flaps to find the hidden secrets as you explore the rooms. Learn about cultural and historical objects and solve the treasure hunt clues to reveal the house's secrets.
Becca Stadtlander is a rising star in the world of children's illustration. She studied at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and has illustrated for The New York Times, Chronicle Books, Candlewick Press and Penguin. She is the illustrator of Treasure House for Frances Lincoln Children's Books.
Kate Davies is a writer and editor of children's books. She lives and works in London.