Lonely Planet Kids Books Review and Give Away

My kids love books of all kinds so were were thrilled to be able to review these four fantastic books from Lonely Planet Kids. They are four very different books and each of my children had their favourites.
Please read on to see what we thought of the books and a fantastic competition where I am giving away two sets of the books. That’s right, you can win all four books too!

Adventures Around the Globe.

This book is great for my Little Man. He’s the youngest at only five years old so this lovely map and sticker book is perfect to keep him intrigued. There is lots of fun and humour in the book and a fold-out 3D model of the globe to make. It’s also attractive enough for the older kids, I don’t think you ever get too old for a sticker book do you?

How To be an International Spy

This is Star’s favourite book. At ten years old she’s just the right age to start thinking about a career in espionage 😉 I can’t tell you too much about the book because it’s Top Secret, but all recruits will learn a host of skills that will soon turn them into secret agents and discover cool gadgets and crack fiendish codes.

You Rule!

Perfect for eight year old Boo, You Rule! lets her create her very own country to rule. Starting from scratch you learn how to make a new nation, decide on the laws, choose the borders, create, organise, govern and judge. You even get to design your own flag. 

The Travel Book

This is a book for everyone, even Dad couldn’t put it down. This kids version of Lonely Planet’s The Travel Book takes a world tour through 200 countries. You’ll be drawn in by the thousands of amazing facts on wildlife, how people, live, sports, food, festivals and much more. Perfect for all young explorers who want to know more about the world.

The books are a great addition to any family library whether you are travellers or not. There is so much to learn about the world we live in. My Children are currently learning about different countries for their topic work at school. Star is learning all about Germany, Boo is learning about Italy and the Little Man is learning about England. 
Boo found The Travel Book really interesting when she was reading up on Italy.

So, how do you fancy the chance of winning all four books yourself? All you have to do is fill in the widget. Best of luck! (UK only, sorry!)

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  1. October 20, 2015 / 9:19 am

    These look and sound like wonderful books….

  2. October 20, 2015 / 8:15 pm

    Wicked set of books would love to win for My daughter thank you x

  3. October 31, 2015 / 3:18 am

    Would love to win these for my son who's just coming up 8

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