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Paper World: Planet Earth

Written by Ruth Symons

Illustrated by Bomboland

Part of the paper world Series

Fascinating Facts Featured Books for 5+ readers Featured Books for 7+ readers Featured Books for 9+ readers Geography Science The Natural World

LoveReading View on Paper World: Planet Earth

There’s always something irresistible about flaps and lifting them to see what’s hidden beneath and they are put to very good use in this robust and attractive information book. Here lifting the flaps reveals facts, diagrams and illustrations all showing young readers more about our planet, from what’s under the Earth’s crust, to what’s inside a volcano or glacier, to how a tornado develops. It’s clever and well-thought out, an excellent and memorable way of conveying lots of information. Peep through cut-outs on each page make it feel even more fun and interactive.

Andrea Reece

Paper World: Planet Earth Synopsis

Planet Earth uses ingenious paper cuts to reveal the amazing details of our planet, from bubbling volcanoes to rushing rivers to its boiling hot interior. With detailed art by paper-cut studio Bomboland, a fact-packed text, and flaps and die-cuts on every spread, this unique novelty book will appeal to all the family.

Paper World: Planet Earth Press Reviews

Watch geography spring to life at the turn of every page! This amazing book, packed with ingenious paper-cuts and lift-the-flaps, lets youngsters dig deep beneath the world we live in to discover for themselves the breathtaking geographical and geological details of our rich and diverse planet.  With sturdy, board pages, the detailed art of artists and designers from paper-cut studio Bomboland, and a superb factual text by Ruth Symons, this unique novelty book will delight all generations and is sure to find a place on the shelves of both schools and home. - Northern Regional Newspapers

We love, love, LOVE Natural History books - particularly books that take a closer look at our planet, its wonders, its beauty, and just how fragile it is when it comes to natural and unnatural earth-shaking events. It's absolutely perfect for little ones who might want to learn a little more about earth, and how it came to be. Amazing stuff, beautifully described and illustrated, full of tons of ways to pique the curiosity of little ones everywhere! - Read it Daddy

A beautiful hardback book which lets the reader explore inside the plane Earth using ingenious double-sided folding tabs, elevated pages and cutout sections to create a sense of depth with holes, caves, and caverns, tectonic plates, and hiding place for undersea creatures which a child can peer into. The text is ideal for children in years 4-6 interested in geography. This book would be ideal for topics on 'our world'. - School Reading List

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ISBN: 9781787410411
Publication date: 21/02/2019
Publisher: Templar Publishing
Format: Hardback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781787410411
Publication date: 21st February 2019
Author: Ruth Symons
Illustrator: Bomboland
Publisher: Templar Publishing
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 30 pages
Suitable for: 5+ readers, 7+ readers, 9+ readers
Genres: Fascinating Facts, Geography, Science, The Natural World
Collections: 85 Great Non-Fiction Books,

About Ruth Symons

Ruth Symons has worked in publishing for a number of years and more recently has turned her hand to writing children's books. Ruth has written several QED titles previously, including publications from the 'Spot The..' and the popular 'What If A Dino' series. Laura Watkins graduated from the University for Creative Arts in 2011 with a BA (Hons) in illustration. Since then she has worked on a number of exciting publications, including QED's title 'What's In Your Pocket?'. Outside of illustration, she has experience in art consultancy and has designed the walls of the NHS children's hospital in Lambeth.

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