Wide Eyed Book Range – City Atlas

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Recently Mumsnet was looking for bloggers to review the wide eyed book range. I was one of the lucky ones who was able to receive a copy and review it/ read it.

To let you know in advance, at the age of 3, Matthew is still a bit young to understand this book but he did enjoy spotting all the cars, buses and other stuff in it.

This book is giving you details of the 30 most loved cities in the world and its key landmarks, famous people, iconic buildings and culture icons. The illustration is done by Martin Haake

DSC06082To give you an example I have chosen Berlin of course which is in my home country Germany. See the details of it? Georgina Cherry who wrote the book seriously invested a lot of time in this I’d say. It captures the most important things you need to know about Berlin and she is so right.

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A search-and-find game on every page helps young readers to explore every city and spot the hundreds of details that makes each place unique. This is a brilliant book for children who are starting school. As the subject Geography in school this is a great book to be prepared for it. Personally even as an adult I found this book came in very handy because some things I didn’t now about the several cities.

“City Atlas” is available in the  UK since the 3rd September and has a price of £20. 

Disclaimer: I was sent this book for the purpose of the review. As always my honest opinion is my very own.

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