Dot-To-Dot Paris An Interactive Travel Guide by Agata Mazur
  

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Dot-To-Dot Paris An Interactive Travel Guide by Agata Mazur

One of four cities in the dot-to-dot series. This interactive travel guide and activity book is just perfect for any child (or grown up) with a passion for exploration, whether you are visiting the city at the heart of Europe, or just like to travel with your finger on the map. This volume takes you on an educational and relaxing journey through the hip city of Berlin. You will not only read about historic places, but also see them in beautifully selected photos, as well as recreating some traditional elements by joining the dot-to-dot drawings. Exploring cities, and learning something at the same time, has never been more fun! Each of the attractions is presented with a concise and educational text in both the English and French language. Not only will you learn from the informative text but you will also have a blast joining in the dots to recreate the attraction that you have just learnt about. From the Eiffel Tower to the Arc de Triomphe, this city within a book is an adventure waiting to happen. With 25 of the most famous places and monuments in Paris, along with 6 bonus postcards to send to your friends and family, this book is a perfect travelling companion.

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Format

Hardback

Author

Agata Mazur
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Publisher

Ullmann Publishing

Publication date

15th September 2016

ISBN

9783848010127


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