The Everyday Journeys of Ordinary Things

Posted on January 21st, 2019

We all know how curious a young mind can be with the constant “but Why” to regular instructions. Now there is a great book to stimulate that curiosity that is both educational and fun. ‘The everyday journeys of ordinary things’ by quarto Kids is pitched perfectly at young readers. Whether reading alone or at a younger age with help and explanation from a grown up, this book will enlighten and delight. From phones to food and from post to poo, discover the ways the world works. If you are keen to learn more and be in with a chance of winning a copy of this enchanting book please read on.

The Everyday Journeys of Ordinary Things

More about the Everyday Journeys of Ordinary things Book

The book begins with 15 minutes in the morning of an average child from waking to watching TV. During that time so many things happen that could trigger a How, Why, where or when. This book captures them all and explains each one on a double page spread. Written by Libby Deutsch and illustrated by Valpuri Kerttula each page draws you in making learning fun.


Pages from The Everyday Journeys of Ordinary Things book

What we love

  • The questions asked are so obvious yet difficult to explain. The book takes this task away.

  • Kids will go on their own personal journey with this book as they discover more about nature, science and the world around them.

  • The step by step explanations with supported illustrations allow complex subjects to be covered simply for young minds.

Need to Know

Price £12.99
Age Suitability 7 – 10 years
AuthorLibby Deutsch
IllustratorValpuri Kerttula
PublisherIvy Kids (part of Quarto Kids)
ISBN Code9781782406358
Product Specification

Hardback48 Pages 

Size: 9.843 in x 11.693 in / 250 mm x 297 mm

StockistsQuarto Kids Online Shop , blackwells, Amazon 


Win your copy of The Everyday Journeys of Ordinary Things

For your chance to win a copy of this engaging and educational book just follow the instructions below. Good luck to all taking part.

The Everyday Journeys of Ordinary Things


We were sent a copy of the book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. Our copy of the book is available for holiday guests to borrow from the Coombe Mill library in the Games Room.