Animal Atlas from Lonely Planet Kids

Posted on December 2nd, 2019

For growing kids with a developing appetite for discovering the planet and the animals that inhabit it, we have the perfect book. Animal Atlas from Lonely Planet Kids is a wonderful resource for children age 8 – 12 year olds. Not only is it packed with fun facts, they are illustrated beautifully and even have life size pictures to give the reader a real sense of reality even if it is something many miles away. Read on to discover more about Animal Atlas and for a chance to win your copy of this wonderful new publication.


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More about Animal Atlas

The book takes you across continents and oceans exploring the incredible animals that live there.  Feel the enormity of our planet with the double spread fold out pages. From a life size look at an eagles claw to the frozen habitat and wonder of the polar bear this book covers it all. See how animals adapt to their environment and see the impact we have on their lives. This book touches science and geography and delves into our history. A great way to understand and respect the planet we all know and love.  

What we love

  • Educational

  • Factual

  • Fun to read with fold out pages and secret fold out fact flaps

  • Beautifully eye catching

  • Quality finish to each page

Animal Atlas fold out pages

Need to know

RSP £12.99
Age Range 8 – 12
AuthorAnne Rooney
IllustratorLucy Rose
StockistsLonely planet Kids online, Amazon, 
Product specifications

32 pages

32pp color 

Dimensions: 282mm × 259mm




Video clip highlighting the key features of Animal Atlas


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

Animal Atlas from Lonely Planet Kids


We were sent our copy of Animal Atlas for the purpose of this review. However all thoughts expressed here are my own. The Coombe Mill copy can be borrowed by our holiday guests from the book library in the games room.