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You may be looking for the Weeping Angels themselves or the box set of the same name.

The Weeping Angels was an activity book published by Penguin Character Books.

Publisher's summary[]

  • Join the Eleventh Doctor and companion Amy Pond in two brand new exciting Weeping Angels stories by Justin Richards. Back in 1898, the Doctor and Amy are helping the Society for Psychical Research to try and photograph ghosts when they're attacked by a Weeping Angel in Suddenly in a Graveyard. Then Thomas Flyte discovers there's something sinister about his dream job as an archivist, when a mysterious old man presents him with a bundle of papers about the Weeping Angels, in Living History. With awesome activities based on the Doctor, Amy and River Song's terrifying encounter with the Weeping Angels on the Byzantium and loads of cool stickers, this is the perfect book for serious fans of everyone's favourite BBC series, Doctor Who.

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  • Stickers

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  • Priced £4.99 (UK), this was one of a series of activity tie-in books released at "pocket money" prices.
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