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6 Books about world cities

6 Books About World Cities

Brush up your geography whilst taking a tour of some of the world’s most famous cities with these fabulous fact books.

City Atlas: Discover the personality of the world’s best-loved cities in this illustrated book of maps

Take a tour of Toronto, look around Lisbon or hot-foot it to Helsinki with this global adventure in a book!  30 best-loved cities from around the world are brought to life with illustrations by Martin Haake, which show in fabulous detail key landmarks, famous people, iconic buildings and cultural icons for all the family to enjoy. A  search-and-find game on every page helps young readers to explore every city and spot the hundreds of details that makes each place unique.

Set your spirit of adventure free with this lavishly illustrated trip around the world.

Explore seven continent maps, packed with hundred of activities and challenges to inspire armchair travellers of any age. Whether you’ re visiting the penguins of Antarctica, joining the Carnival in Brazil or a canoe safari down the Zambezi River, this book brings together epic adventures from the remotest corners of the globe and discoveries to made on your own doorstep.

Follow one boy and one girl as they travel to over 30 destinations and discover hundreds of things to spot and facts to learn on every page.

Here’s a book about New York that’s seriously streetwise! Let Marco and Amelia, our Lonely Planet explorers, take you off the tourist trail and guide you on a journey through New York you’ll never forget. This book is perfect for anyone who has been to New York, plans to go there or is just interested in finding out more about this amazing city!

Discover New York’s best-kept secrets, amazing stories and loads of other cool stuff from the comfort of your own home or while visiting the city!

“”Fantastic Cities” is an architecture-lover’s dream.” –Apartment Therapy

This unique colouring book features immersive aerial views of real cities from around the world alongside gorgeously illustrated, Inception-like architectural mandalas. Artist Steve McDonald’s beautifully rendered and detailed line work offers bird’s-eye perspectives of visually arresting global locales from New York, London, and Paris to Istanbul, Tokyo, and Guadalajara, Rio, Amsterdam, and many more. The book’s distinctive large square format offers absorbingly complex vistas to colour–nearly 60–including a selection of mind-bending labyrinthine architectural illustrations for still deeper meditative colouring adventures and imaginative flights of fancy.

London is a modern, stylish and ever-changing city and this book takes you on a tour with a vibrant, bold and new approach to information that matches the capital perfectly.

Using infographics to bring nuggets of information to life through images and graphics, readers can enjoy hundreds of fascinating facts in a beautiful travel guide that’s easy to read and ideal for children.

Whether you’re visiting, curious from afar or live in London, you can tour its boroughs, ride the transport, look back at London’s disease-ridden history, meet the famous residents – past and present – and much more. Find out which tuve station has the most escalators, where has a Roman bikini on display and how

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Not for Parents Mega Cities Box Set

Stories, amazing facts and intriguing history – everything you ever wanted to know about the world most famous cities. Let your adventure begin !

Includes: Not for Parents London, Paris and New York City: Everything you ever wanted to know plus a free 16-page travel journal for young explorers

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