Lonely Planet has just released two of its latest kids books this month, that covers everything from ancient civilisations to the future of our planet with the books, ‘Build Your Own History Museum’ and ‘The Plastic Problem’.
The world’s leading travel authority, Lonely Planet, published its first Lonely Planet Kids book in 2011, and for the past 47 years has grown a dedicated community of travellers from all of the world. Now many of the global travellers are sharing their passion for travel and exploration with their children.
Lonely Planet Kids educates and encourages young readers, both at home and in school, to learn about the world with engaging books covering everything from, culture, sociology, geography, nature, history, space and more. Lonely Planet Kids wants to inspire the next generation of global citizens and help kids and their parents approach life in a way that makes every day an adventure.
Lonely Planet Kids’ ‘Build Your Own History Museum’, is perfect for history fans of all ages and is a fun, interactive book with lots to discover. Build Your Own History Museum is a hands-on way to learn about ancient people, cultures and traditions from different times of the past.
The book is jam packed with amazing facts and awesome illustrations that reveal how people all over the world once lived and worked. The book features five spectacular pop-ups to make and display, being, an Egyptian sarcophagus, a Greek temple, a Mesopotamian lamassu statue, a Mayan Quetzalcoatl head, and a Viking longboat.
Lonely Planet Kids’ ‘Build Your Own History Museum’ is suitable for ages 6-8 and retails for $29.99 AUD.
Lonely Planet Kids’, ‘The Plastic Problem’ faces the issues of plastic being everywhere and how it is almost impossible to get through an entire day without using any. The book focuses on how much plastic we use and why it is causing major problems for our planet.
‘The Plastic Problem’ is perfect for anyone wanting to help the planet and through its pages, kids can discover 60 small ways to reduce plastic wastage, save the earth, and make a big difference. With each change, readers will learn about how to help our oceans become a little cleaner and how to make our planet a little healthier.
Lonely Planet Kids’ ‘The Plastic Problem’ is suitable for ages 9-12 and retails for $19.99 AUD.
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