How Cities Work
There are so many different things that make up a city, and young readers will love paging through this fun book from Lonely Planet Kids to learn all kinds of new things! How Cities Work teaches readers just that: all about how cities work. This fun, sturdy book is full of fold-out pages and liftable flaps, and each page explores a different aspect of city living, structure, or growth. Readers can learn about the various stages of city growth, the importance of green spaces, cultural activities, the functions of city hall, and so much more. Each page is packed full of colorful illustrations, fun questions that will inspire thought and discussion, and plenty of factoids. This is not the kind of book that you push through quickly, but one that you savor and pick through slowly; readers can read one page at a time or have a marathon reading session, but whatever the case, chances are good that everyone will pick up on something new every time these pages are opened.
|Author||James Gulliver Hancock • Lonely Planet Kids|
|Page Count||24 pages|
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