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Atlas of Miniature Adventures

A pocket-sized collection of small-scale wonders

Lucy Letherland (Illustrator), Emily Hawkins


List Price: 9.99*
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Discover the world's smallest adventures with this beautifully illustrated journey around the world from the award-winning team behind Atlas of Adventures.

Explore seven continent maps and learn about the best small-scale adventures on Earth - whether you're taking a ride on the world's largest miniature railway, sending a letter with the wolrd's smallest post office or cruising coral reefs with the smallest seahorse, this book brings together coolest miniature adventures from the four corners of the globe.

Praise For Atlas of Miniature Adventures: A pocket-sized collection of small-scale wonders

“Check out the world’s mini wonders, from what might be the world’s smallest primate to a wee fairy castle at Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry. Use maps to locate tiny finds around the globe, and dig deeper with “close-up” articles. Perfect for little one obsessed with all things pocket-size.” – FamilyFun Magazine

“Readers enchanted by all things minuscule will be easily absorbed by the offerings in this pocket atlas of “small-scale wonders.” Its whimsical ink illustrations are packed with detailed drawings of model towns, tiny animals, and even an elaborate fairy castle that kids will love poring over.” - Booklist

Wide Eyed Editions, 9781847809100, 64pp.

Publication Date: March 3, 2017

About the Author

Emily Hawkins is a writer and editor of children's books for all ages. She wrote the New York Times bestseller Oceanology, as well as several other titles in the Ology series, which has sold over 16 million copies worldwide. She holds a first-class English degree from Nottingham University, and now lives in Winchester with her young family.LUCY LETHERLAND is an illustrator based in London, UK. She graduated from Manchester School of Art in 2011 with a First Class BA (Hons) in illustration with animation. Lucy's work is strongly led by humour and narrative, creating a playful, graphic quality.