Not for Parents: How to be a World Explorer

Publisher: Lonely Planet

Review

How do you cope with extreme cold? How do you find water in the wild? How can you escape from quicksand? How do you navigate by the stars? How do you fight a bear? How do you build an igloo? Find out all you need to know about exploring Earth's many different landscapes in this
illustrated non-fiction books for kids from travel publishers Lonely Planet.

Part of the Not for Parents series, the large format, bold colours and detailed page spreads will offer young travel enthusiasts lots to explore and look at, and will soon have them imagining their own extraordinary adventures.

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