Auckland Council Libraries: Travel the world this summer

Travel the world this summer

Do you enjoy travelling on summer holidays with your family? Did you ever want to see the world? Why not dip into these junior travel reads and let them take you there!

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The real India

Sunny Chopra

Do you want all the essential facts about India at your fingertips? If you want to know what it's about (rather than the things your parents think you should see!), The Real India is a great place to start.

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Great Britain

Janine Scott

In this book, you'll hear fascinating tales about kids down the mines, secret stones and kings and queens galore. Check out cool stories about a famous spy, an underwater monster, a flying Scotsman and a flying great-grandmother.

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The real South Africa

Moses Jones

Is there somewhere you really want to travel to, or just yearn to know better? Do you want all the facts about South Africa at your fingertips? This awesome book on South Africa highlights everything you really won't want to miss.

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A walk in London

Salvatore Rubbino

Join the girl in this book and her mum, as they explore one of the oldest cities in the world! Watch the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, try fish and chips in a cafe in Covent Garden, or see the Crown Jewels in the Tower of London.

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A is for Australia

Frané Lessac

A fantastic tour of Australia from A to Z with award-winning author and illustrator Frané Lessac. Discover why Australia is one of the most amazing countries in the world!

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Croatia unpacked

Susie Brooks

Unpack the culture and history of Croatia! Explore the major cities, culture, way of life, food, language and history. Find out about quirky facts and bite-sized information on Croatia's customs and everyday life.

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Clive Gifford

This book shows you a Europe your parents probably don't even know about. In this book, you'll read about bizarre pastimes from wok racing and mobile phone hurling to grown-up food fights and rotten shark chomping.

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No way... way!

Tracey West

This fun, funky fact book is as packed full of stuff as the Smithsonian. Readers will enjoy discovering all kinds of ,fantastic weird, and wild facts from every state in USA.

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A walk in New York

Salvatore Rubbino

A boy, his father and their dog wander in midtown Manhattan, taking in some of New York's most famous landmarks and well-known streets, meeting New Yorkers and discovering how the iconic city looks, sounds, smells, tastes and feels.

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Off we go to Mexico

Laurie Krebs

This is a Mexican adventure picture book. Hop aboard the canyon train and join a family's adventures in Mexico, visiting village festivals, ancient pyramids and much more!

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To grandmother's house

Douglas Keister

Through the eyes of Zhang Yue, the reader takes a journey through old-time Beijing with her cousin, Han Li. On the way, many exciting aspects of the city are talked about and photographed for the reader to enjoy and learn from.

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If you were me and lived in ... South Korea

Carole P. Roman

Carole P. Roman takes you on a journey this time to Asia, landing in South Korea. From food to famous landmarks, they will learn that's it's easy to find something in common with people in different countries.

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