Monday, 7 November 2016

Lonely Planet Kids - Cities

I have been sent two fabulous Lonely Planet Kids books to review all about Cities.


How cities Work is a fantastic interactive book with lots of flaps to lift and unfolding pages to see inside buildings and under the streets. 

Children will love to see how cities work from the stinky sewers to the skyscrapers. Each page is packed with information and there is loads of fun to be had by checking what's under the flaps. Some of the pages just keep unfolding creating a huge view with so much to see learn.


Check out what is going on in a skycraper building and lift the flaps to find out what is happening behind the windows.


Watch how pages unfold and unveil a wealth of discovery.


How Cities Work is a hardback book of 24 pages. The illustrations are by James Gulliver Hancock. It's aimed at readers aged 7+ and priced at £12.99


The second book is The Cities Book and throughout the pages discover interesting facts about many cities around the world, from Aucklan, Beijing and Copenhagen all the way through to Zanzibar town. Young readers are taken on an incredible tour through 86 of the world's greatest cities. 


Bright colourful pages full of photos, illustrations and maps take your child on a trip of a lifetime. 



The Cities Book is a hardback book with 212 pages. It is aimed at readers aged 8+ and priced at £14.99

From Saturday 19th to Sunday 20th November, Lonely Planet Kids will be at an inspirational Pop up Photography Exhibition with a whole host of child friendly travel work shops and activities. It's taking part at the Boxpark at Shoreditch and is free entry.

The entire exhibition runs from 8th to 20th November 

Where? Boxpark Shoreditch, London, UK (unit 26, boxpark.co.uk)
What time? Mon-Wed and Fri-Sat 11am-7pm, Thurs 11am-8pm, Sun 12pm-6pm
Entry: Free

Disclosure: I was sent the two Lonely Planet Kids Books to review free of charge. All thoughts and opinions are my own and I have not been paid for this post. 


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