Tuesday, 18 November 2014

Big City Explorer - Book Review

Little ones aged 5 and over will be nurturing their future wanderlust as they read through the pages of this lovely non-fiction book by Maggie Li.  Featuring 28 great cities from around the world, each double paged spread is filled with fascinating facts including information on sights, food, sports, culture, landmarks and events.  It's an introduction to geography and allows little ones to dip in and out to find out about the world's greatest cities.

Children join the cute character Penguin as he travels through cities such as Istanbul, London, New York, Paris, San Francisco, Mocow, Madrid, Cairo and Amsterdam.  With very simple maps, lovely illustrations and bitesize chunks of amazing information, children will enjoy exploring the great cities of the world.

To add to the fun, little explorers can play with the real, removable working compass that is embedded into the hardback front cover. This is a great, educational book which will let imaginative children discover the world within its pages, and decide where they will visit when they grow up.

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Big City Explorer is published by Pavilion Children's Books and is priced at £11.99.  It would make a great Christmas gift.

1 comment:

  1. Books are always a great thing to have - you can learn so much from them no matter what your age might me. Big City Explorer sounds the perfect solution to picking the perfect book for finding out fascinating facts. Pavillion Children/s Books are a must for any youngster. xxxx



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