Bring cities to life with Lonely Planet Children’s books

Get ready to explore cities in a whole new way with these two beautiful new books from Lonely Planet Kids. Three lucky winners will each receive a copy of these great new titles for little ones, worth £28.

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Children aged 7+ will enjoy How Cities Work to learn about skyscrapers, underground systems and stinky sewers. Discover where people live and peek behind closed doors to see what’s going on in houses and apartments – or why not find out what goes on beneath the streets you walk on every day. This innovative book for young readers is packed with city facts, loads of flaps to lift and unfolding pages to see inside buildings and under the streets. The Cities Book takes readers aged 8+ on an incredible tour through 86 of the world’s greatest cities. Covering a host of cities, from Auckland, Běijīng and Copenhagen all the way through to Zanzibar Town, every page is packed with facts on city living, and gives children a taste of what it’s like to grow up in each place featured. From food and festivals, to awesome architecture and amazing history – there’s something for everyone. Find out where you might come across a poisonous boomslang; which city hosts a famous goat derby and which metropolis has such a hectic transport system, train stuffers have to help passengers aboard.

For more information about Lonely Planet Kids, visit lonelyplanetkids.com and keep up to date on Twitter by following @lpkids

Enter our giveaway by 24 November to be in with the chance of winning.

This giveaway is only available to registered users. Please log in at the top of the screen to enter this giveaway. If you are not a registered then please click here.

Giveaway closes for entry on 24/11/2016

5 Responses to Lonely Planet Children’s books

  1. Fiona King says:

    My son would adore this book, so fingers crossed

  2. Jackie Cusack says:

    Our 7 year old grandson would love this. Fabulous prize.

  3. BARBARA MADDEN says:

    The boys would love these they have always got there heads in a book and asking for us to buy them some when we are out shopping

  4. Michelle Reeves says:

    My children would love these fantastic books.

  5. Sue Richardson says:

    My two eldest grandsons love reading. These will add to their learning.

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