Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Children's Activity Atlas - An Interactive and Fun Way To Explore Your World by Jenny Slater and Katherine Wiehle (QED Publishing)


Children's Activity Atlas

Written by Jenny Slater

Illustrated by Katherine Wiehle

Published by QED Publishing

Here's a great demonstration of how a children's non-fiction book can compete with the world of apps on an equal footing, providing a fantastic and fun reference tome that is interactive and positively encourages your little ones to explore and let their imaginations fly.

In "Children's Activity Atlas - An Interactive and Fun Way to Explore Your World" we take a trip around the globe with a truly gorgeous book packed with activities and facts. Children get their own passport in the pack, as well as over 250 stickers to use throughout the book. We've seen very similar books from Usborne and from Barefoot, and this is equally as good.

As children start to learn a little more in geography lessons at school, this book dishes up tons of interesting things to see, fascinating facts about each country, and helps children really dig into the subject in great detail.

We've mentioned before how blissful it can be when your child tucks themselves away with a book like this for hours on end, and you'll certainly enjoy hours of fun if your little one lets you join in too :)

Charlotte's best bit: Having her own passport to mark off her journeys around the booky world!

Daddy's Favourite bit: A really fantastic learning resource but more importantly a hugely fun book to help explore our planet

(Kindly sent to us for review by QED Publishing)

1 comment:

Emma | My Book Corner said...

I'm always on the look out for great non-fiction books - I love the idea that this one seems so interactive too. Thanks!