From the sewers to the skyscrapers – younger readers and armchair explorers will discover the secret workings of the city with the newest release from Lonely Planet Kids: How Cities Work
Illustrated by the acclaimed James Gulliver Hancock, How Cites Work has been created in consultation with Jill Sterrett, lecturer with the Department of Urban Planning at the University of Washington.
Lift the perforated flaps of this brilliant book to see inside buildings, and unfold the oversized gatefold pages to find out what's going on above your head and under your feet – plus other surprising spaces.
Lonely Planet Kids: How Cities Work reveals the city as you've never seen it before.
Lonely Planet Kids: How Cities Work
Illustrator: James Gulliver Hancock