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Wednesday, 27 November 2019

Fun Facts, Myths & Legends, and Animals Galore from #LonelyPlanet Kids



Lonely Planet Kids' four new releases this month are all suitable for ages 9 to 12, and feature thousands of fun facts, 21 timeless tales, and many amazing animals.

The Big World of Fun Facts

Jump-start your curiosity with The Big World of Fun Facts. What nation is ruled by a dentist-turned-dictator? Where do villagers prepare elaborate banquets for monkeys? How do Cambodians like to cook tarantulas? Why do Danish people throw plates on New Year’s Eve? Discover the answers to these and many other fascinating questions. Travel from the isolated nation of North Korea to Africa’s Serengeti Plain to the mountain villages of South America. It’s a wild and wacky world out there, so get the facts.

230mm x 305mm, 208pp, hardback; AU$29.99

Myths & Legends of the World

Travel through time and place with 21 dazzling stories. Meet gods and goddesses, move among talking fish and clever spiders, and discover different versions of how the world began. Boldly written and beautifully illustrated, this book features vibrant myths and epic legends told all around the world. From Africa, the Americas, Oceania, Asia, Europe, and the Arctic, discover rich histories from every corner of the globe.

237mm x 275mm, 192pp, hardback; AU29.99

Animal Atlas

Amazing facts, fold-out maps and life-size surprises – this is a global safari in a book. Travel through continents and across oceans to meet the incredible animals that share our planet. Beautiful illustrations, dynamic photos and fact-packed text reveal the lives, habitats and behaviour of these amazing creatures, from blue whales to butterflies, pandas to penguins, and scorpions to sharks.

254mm x 275mm, 32pp, hardback; AU$29.99


Wild in the City

A guide to urban animals around the world. Discover the secret lives of more than 30 extraordinary creatures that share our cities. From red foxes sneaking rides on London buses to leopards prowling the backstreets of Mumbai, this book explores the clever ways animals have adapted to the urban environment and gives tips on how we can help protect our wild neighbours.

245mm x 305mm, 112pp, hardback; AU$24.99

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