by Lonely Planet Kids (Author) James Gulliver Hancock (Illustrator)
In this fun and light-hearted introduction to cities, find out about the different styles of homes, types of transport, places to visit, emergency services, and much more. From skyscrapers to museums, and rooftop gardens to houseboats, discover what makes cities tick around the clock with this engaging book.
With bright, bold and colorful illustrations by James Gulliver Hancock and easy-to-read text throughout, toddlers and very young children will gain an invaluable insight to how urban areas work. Covering a range of topics from housing to sporting events and everything in between, this is perfect for curious young minds to learn more about the world.
As part of a series which also includes 'Airports' and 'Trains', this is the perfect introduction to cities for infants and very young children.
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