The Atlas Obscura Explorer’s Guide for the World’s Most Adventurous Kid
The Atlas Obscura has become quite a popular book with its seemingly endless list of unusual and fascinating places around the world. It was so popular that they brought out a second volume. Now they have an edition that is just for kids, and kids will be excited to read through and find out about strange and wondrous things in countries all over the world. It contains 300 interesting and unique places and things that one could visit or learn about. One can take an elevator down the inside of a dormant volcano or find out about monks who mummified themselves. People can swim in a freshwater lake that is filled with golden jellyfish or visit a house entirely built from and furnished with things make from garbage. Young readers will want to spend time reading this book over and over, learning about the many wonders found around the world and how they came about. In addition, readers are likely to be turned on to studying more about history and science by what they find in this book. This is a real winner and is not to be missed.
|Dylan Thuras,Rosemary Mosco,Joy Ang
|Workman Publishing Co
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