Tuesday 28 November 2017

Gorgeous new books for children from Lonely Planet Kids

I'm a huge fan of the Lonely Planet Kids books, and today I'm sharing two gorgeous new books which would make fantastic stocking fillers this Christmas.

First up is The Incredible Cabinet of Wonders (affiliate link)

"Twelve super-collectors have gathered together some of the weirdest, strangest and most incredible objects on Earth for your delights. Each collector has a specialist subject and has created a cabinet filled with their favourite things."

Lonely Planet Incredible Cabinet of Wonders book review

This book is the world's greatest little museum, in book form. Author Joe Fullman has picked the strangest, weirdest and most fascinating objects that he could find, from museums all around the world, and grouped them into twelve different cabinets. They include the Naturalists's Cabinet, the Sailor's Cabinet, the Toy Maker's Cabinet, the Make Believer's Cabinet and more fascinating collections. Each double page spread is packed with decorated flaps in different shapes, which you can lift up to discover the wonders underneath.

Lonely Planet Incredible Cabinet of Wonders book review

It's an absolutely fascinating book, and as well as reading the story behind each object you can also find out where in the world you can see the object for yourself, a brilliant way to inspire your travels!

Lonely Planet Incredible Cabinet of Wonders book review

Secondly, the The Big Earth Book (affiliate link) helps children to discover how our planet was shaped by earth, air, fire and water.

Lonely Planet The Big Earth Book review

The book is divided into the four different sections, and uses illustrations and photographs to present the facts in a fun and accessible way. There is plenty of information to support your child's particular interests as you discover how earth, air, fire and water created everything that exists today. It's a tour of the past, present and future of our planet and it's a brilliant book for children to sit down with, and dip in and out of.

Lonely Planet The Big Earth Book review

I received these books in exchange for a review.

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