It’s easy to get lost in your own imaginary travels from the luxury of your own armchair and not a baggage check-in in sight.
Hop over to Helsinki, buzz back to Budapest or linger in London to find out what makes each city great and totally different from the next.
Coupled with a cornucopia of short facts about the buildings, people, cultures, food and buildings of each of the 30 cities, there’s a wealth of information to explore and drink in.
We had fun finding each of the buildings, landmarks and people listed in the contents pages.
Incorporating a ‘search-and-find’ game on every spread helps young readers to thoroughly explore each city and spot the many details that make each place unique.
It’s a highly enjoyable way of finding out more about these cities and their ‘personalities’.
Georgia Cherry includes a mix of iconic landmarks and unusual facts to engage the reader and Martin Haake‘s quirky illustrative style is one that works perfectly for this offering for a younger audience.
We relished our leisurely wander through parts of Europe, the Americas, Asia and over to Oceania. All done at our own pace and no delays to speak of.