Journey along the Great Wall and up the Nile with Lonely Planet Kids this June

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Journey along the Great Wall and up the Nile with Lonely Planet Kids this June

Lonely Planet Kids unveils two adventures of a lifetime this month, with the arrival of the latest entries in its Unfolding Journeys series of pull-out frieze books: Following the Great Wall and Secrets of the Nile.

Each title charts a journey in a sensational fold-out wall frieze nearly two-metres long, which can be removed and displayed. With stunningly illustrated detail on one side, and fascinatingly evocative text from award-winning Stewart Ross on the other, these books are designed to delight explorers aged seven and over.

Lonely Planet Kids: Unfolding Journeys – Following the Great Wall

From the dusty desert of Gansu province to the rolling waves of the Yellow Sea, this amazing journey takes you past flaming mountains and ancient wonders. Watch out for mighty fortresses, giant pandas and the extraordinary Army of Terracotta Warriors.  Along the way you’ll discover breathtaking wonders of nature, visit modern China, and see how the traditions and landscape of the Great Wall are changing. You’ll also encounter fascinating ancient Chinese monuments and amazing creatures living near the Wall.

Created in consultation with William Lindesay OBE – author, presenter, geographer, researcher and leading non-Chinese expert on the Great Wall.

Lonely Planet Kids: Unfolding Journeys – Secrets of the Nile

From the golden beaches of the Mediterranean, travel upstream to explore the cultural, historical and natural wonders of ancient and modern Egypt. Find out about Egyptian pharaohs and explore their treasures, tombs and mummies; visit modern Egypt and see how the landscape of the Nile is changing; discover the Pyramids and other wonders of the ancient world; and encounter some of the exotic creatures that make the Nile their home.

Created in consultation with Anthony Sattin – award-winning author, journalist and fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.

Source = Lonely Planet Kids
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