The Adventurous Kid’s Guide to the World’s Most Mysterious Places
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- Publication Date: May 18, 2021
- Imprint: Magic Cat
- Trim Size: 10 x 12 1⁄5
- ISBN: 978-1-4197-5159-2
- Page Count: 80
- Illustrations: Full-color illustrations throughout
- Rights: North America
Go on the journey of a lifetime through 19 real-life, off-limits locations
If you could explore anywhere in the world, where would you choose? Hop on your magic carpet and fly across the globe to discover the secrets of 19 off-limits locations, from Area 51 to the Vatican “Secret” Archives to Bouvet Island (the remotest place on Earth) to the heavily guarded Queen’s bedroom. Explore places you never thought you would be able to visit—including natural wonders, historic sites, places of danger, and cultural curiosities—and discover why they have been shrouded in secrecy from the rest of the world . . .
"Trivia fans will enjoy the mixture of fact and speculation about the various locations." —Kirkus Reviews
About the author
Patrick Makin’s first job as a writer was as a war correspondent in Yemen, before he moved to Bristol and started working as script-editor for an animation production company. The Adventurous Kid’s Guide to the World’s Most Mysterious Places is his first book for children. He lives in Bristol. Whooli Chen works with a delicate palette and sensitive painterly layers that take whimsical illustration to another realm. Chen studied a master’s in illustration at the University of the Arts London, where she found a muse in an urban street fox. She lives in Australia.