With two little bookworms in the house I am constantly trying to find new books which my children will enjoy. Little Tiger Press recently sent us a copy of How To Build A City to review. Perfect for
children budding architects and young city planners aged 6 – 8, this book will delight and amuse.
How To Build A City by Isabel Otter
From solar panels to sewers and from trams to tower blocks; follow this step-by-step guide and watch the city transform from a cluster of houses to a magic metropolis.
Gentle illustrations by new talent Harry Woodgate takes the reader on an urban journey through the seasons in this beautiful new book; see the city gradually blossom as you move through the spreads and turn each page.
Encourage children to learn fun facts about their city, understand the world they live in, and help them to consider environmental issues. How To Build A City covers a unique and relevant topic that taps into current thought about population growth and the building of new cities in a fun and entertaining birds eye view.
Win a copy of How To Build A City
I’ve teamed up with Little Tiger Press and one lucky person can win a copy of How To Build A City, which is available priced £11.99 from all good books shops (Amazon affiliate link). To enter my giveaway you must answer the question via the Rafflecopter widget below, there are some bonus entries too. The giveaway is open to those with a UK postal address only and ends on 24th November. The winners name will appear on this post. Good luck!
Don’t forget to check out my other giveaways on my competition page.