Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Atlas of Miniature Adventures by Emily Hawkins and Lucy Letherland (Wide Eyed Editions)

They're teeny, they're tiny, they're amazing. A bit like this book - discover some astonishingly miniscule things in a fascinating new "Atlas of Adventures" book!
Wide Eyed Editions' "Atlas of Adventures" books are renowned for being big sprawling books to lounge around on the floor with.

But this book breaks the mould, bringing you a pocket-sized treat filled with amazingly dinky places and things.

Inside "Atlas of Miniature Adventures" you'll find places in the world devoted to the finer details.

Amazing model villages where tiny little folk go about their daily business (Bekonscot, which we were lucky enough to visit and were totally blown away by. Really worth going to if you live in the vicinity of High Wycombe / Berkshire).

There are stunning model railways too, the largest smallest railway in the world is absolutely incredible...!

The Northlandz Model Railway. You won't fit this in your loft!
It's enough to make a train enthusiast weep with joy!

The Atlas doesn't just show you incredible places in miniature, there are also tiny flora and fauna to find in the book's fascinating pages...

Bonsai trees. We have one. He's called Frodo. 
Despite the diminutive size, "Atlas of Miniature Adventures" will keep you entertained for hour after hour.

"Atlas of Miniature Adventures" by Emily Hawkins and Lucy Letherland is out now, published by Wide Eyed Editions. (Kindly supplied for review). 

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