Follow one boy and girl as they travel to over 30 destinations around the world and discover hundreds og things to spot and facts to learn on every page.
David Attenborough, Dion Leonard (Finding Gobi), Dervla Murphy and Brian Jackman are just four of the authors whose work features in this anthology from Bradt focusing on true stories about travelling with animals.
How Noah Strycker saw half of the world’s species of birds in one year.
Book Towns takes readers on a richly illustrated tour of 45 captivating literary towns, outlining the history and development of each community, as well as offering practical travel advice.
All around the world people find ways to contend with the stresses of daily life. Here are fifty of these calming cultural secrets as well as methods for applying them at home.
DK’s Children’s Illustrated Atlas brings geography to life; packed with more than 50 colourful maps for kids and fascinating facts about the countries of the world.
Acclaimed historian Andrew Lambert uncovers the fascinating truth about a faraway place that still haunts our imagination and culture: the island of Robinson Crusoe in the South Pacific.
Packed with beautifully designed and detailed maps, this world atlas is the perfect companion for geography students.
Lonely Planet’s Film & TV Locations: A Spotter’s Guide reveals more than 100 locations of classic moments from famous films and TV series.
Whether you’re looking for the most biodiverse dive spot, or one that’s the best value for money, Diving the World will help you get the most out of your trip both underwater and on dry land.
With solo travel majorly on the rise, here’s an inspirational and practical guide to seeing the world on your own.
A History of the World in 500 Railway Journeys takes you around mountains, along valleys, over hills and into cities, revealing the world’s history along the way.