I've found that these Lego sticker books are well worth the price. Initially they seem expensive, but consider these points:
*The book includes nicely decorated pages with a spot for each sticker.
*The pages are thick and glossy - not cheap, dull paper.
*Stickers are "re-stickable", so if your child puts it in the wrong place or crooked, they can be peeled and re-stuck. We've even been able to unstick them from standard printer paper.
*There's TWO of every sticker. So you can put one on the collector's page, and still have another for making your own creations.
*There's tons of small .5"x.5" miscellaneous stickers as well (along with doubles of each of these, too.
In this particular book, you get to see a lot of the sets from the Lego City collection. These are more classic sets with Police, Firefighters, airports, trains and city scenes as well as others like offshore drilling rigs and other "real-life" types of themes. The glossy pages feature sets that are pretty recent, too, so unlike some other books like the Lego Star Wars Ultimate Sticker Collection (ULTIMATE STICKER COLLECTIONS), where many of the sets & minifigures are discontinued are hard to find, you'll probably be able to find these sets if your child shows an interest in them.
If you use the "Look Inside" feature of Amazon, it'll show you some of the glossy pages that have specific spots for the stickers to go. Pages 95-96 show you some of the smaller 1/2" x 1/2" stickers.
The stickers come on separate pages and are re-stickable. These two attributes make the book worthwhile for younger kids because if they misplace a sticker or accidently put the wrong one on a spot, they can fix it. Plus, as I mentioned before, the books give you two of every sticker, so they can fill up the premade pages then still have a set to use however they want. While the City theme isn't really as "collectible" as Star Wars, it's still nice to have the pages that explain what the characters and vehicles are and what they do.
Other books are available to explore various minifigures and the Star Wars theme, as well as a general book that covers many different themes.
The only negative is that some stickers are very intricate. Since they are die-cut to shape, you might rip the thinner parts. This is where having the extra of every sticker comes in handy.
All in all a great value just like the other books. Compared to packages of stickers, or even sticker books you get way more stickers and fun from these.