Wednesday, September 19, 2018

"One Day, So Many Ways" by Laura Hall and Loris Lora (Lincoln Children's Books)

How's your day shaping up? Did you brush your teeth this morning? Ever wondered what kids get up to across the globe during their days?
Step right this way then, as "One Day, So Many Ways" by Laura Hall and Loris Lora offers a fabulous and diverse insight into 24 hours in the lives of over 40 children from right across the globe.

This gorgeous book explores the differences and similarities between their daily routines.

Readers will follow a wide variety of children as they wake up, eat, go to school, play, talk, learn and go about their everyday routine.

With fantastic clear illustrations and informative text, it's a whistle-stop tour around the entire world as we visit countries we know and are familiar with as well as some we might not know too much about.

Early morning, from Greenland to London, From Russia to Australia
Each spread covers a different aspect of the day, from our morning hygiene routines to how we get to school, and what we do once we're there.

Get up, a-get up! Get out of your lazy bed!
Let's not forget what kids eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

Breakfast, the most important meal of the day. Vital for energy and brain power!
The stylish artwork really makes this feel like a booky version of "It's a Small World" and kids will be completely dazzled by the diversity and amazing variety in each child's daily routine.

Another winner from a publisher that really produces some of the most incredible non-fiction titles for the younger end of the market.

C's best bit: Learning what kids eat across the globe.

Daddy's favourite bit: A really fun and engaging way of showing kids what their counterparts get up to right across the world. A whirlwind journey beautifully presented!

"One Day, So Many Ways" by Laura Hall and Loris Lora is out now, published by Lincoln Children's Books (kindly supplied for review).