16 April 2016

Win | Lonely Planet Pop-Up Cities Bundle

When it comes to reading, Thomas loves it. He has a mountain of books and is always finding new gems that he cannot put down. He loves being red to as well, as does Charlie, and I want this to be the same for Joseph as he grows older as well. 

As well as this love of reading, Thomas also has a passion with travelling. Although we haven;t been anywhere abroad since he was 1 year old, he always talks about how he would like to visit other countries, see new sights and explore new surroundings. 

So the new Pop-Up Cities series from Lonely Planet Kids is a perfect way to read and explore new places, in the comfort of your own home. These 3 books in this range are Pop-Up London, Pop-Up Paris and Pop-Up New York and are a great are a great start for children who want to learn about new cities.


The books make cities come alive and introduce children to some of the world’s most recognisable landmarks – from classic icons to modern must-sees. Including beautiful illustrations and six stunning pop-ups in each title, making them the perfect introduction to these cities for children of any age.

Lonely Planet Kids have brought this range out with the aim to kick-start the travel bug in children and open their eyes and minds to the world around them. Focusing on the quirky facts, amusing tales and inspiring stories that bring our planet to life.  

Thanks to the lovely people from over at Lonely Planet Kids, I have been given the Pop-Up Cities range to give away on the blog today. So, for a change to win all 3 of these books, enter via the Rafflecopter form below

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161 comments:

  1. Shanghai

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  2. Prague - there are so many historical buildings there - it would look great as pop-up.

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  3. Tokyo would be quite an interesting city for a pop up book

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  4. Margaret Clarkson
    York

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  5. I love Stockholm and Oslo
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  6. my girls would like there home town Leeds

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  7. Sydney - perfect for the Opera House!

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  8. Birmingham cos this is our home city

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  9. Las Vegas - that would be a challenge for them!

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  10. I would like to see an eastern captital, like Beijing.

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  11. italy florence or rome would be great

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  12. Mumbai - busy with lots to look at.

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  13. Abu Dhabi is a fabulous city with stunning architecture so would love a pop-up book on that.

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  14. Rome

    @rachiegr

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  15. Darmstadt, Germany - I was born there!

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  16. Rome.

    Rachel Craig

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  17. Samantha McDonough21 April 2016 at 10:44

    Rome.

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  18. I think Rome would be a great choice with all it's history and places to see. x

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  19. Berlin! One of my daughter's favourite cities.

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  20. i think Rome or Barcelona would be good next

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  21. Looks like great books.

    Rachel Craig

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  22. Barcelona for the football mad boys and girls :)

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  23. Madrid as my nephews live there so the boys would like it

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  24. Stacy Fenemore8 May 2016 at 16:10

    Venice

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  25. Cardiff would be a good one lots of fun things to do in the area

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  26. Singapore as there is now a Universal Studios

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  27. Sadiyya maryam9 May 2016 at 06:20

    Beijing would be wonderful. Would be exciting to see their portrayal of The Great Wall. My daughter would love these books as her 2 favourite things are reading and travel. Many thanks for running this lovely giveaway.

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  28. Rome....Lovely city to explore fabulous heritage and architecture great for kids to learn

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  29. I have always loved pop-up books and if I can't win these I will definitely be buying the London one for my granddaughter. Such a fun way to learn about our City.

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  30. I think Egypt (Cairo) or Japan (Tokyo) should have a pop up book :) xx

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  31. Barcelona :)

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  32. Luxor, Egypt would be lovely as it has King Tut's tomb, the sphinx walkway, lots of temples an burials etc and is less built up than the more touristy Cairo so you still get a sense of history

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  33. Edinburgh

    @polly58

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  34. Tokyo....however I'd like to see Las Vegas!

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  35. Beiijing or Tokyo as they are so vast and so different. Thanks

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  36. San Francisco would be good. Alcatraz, the Transamerica building, Coit tower and, of course, the Golden gate Bridge!

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  37. Pauline Burroughs10 May 2016 at 15:38

    I think Rome would be a good one, so much history

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  38. I think Edinburgh would be good

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  39. Rome as it is really interesting

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  40. Edinburgh - it has some great architecture.

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  41. Edinburgh. My son and I go there nearly every weekend as there is so much to do and see.

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  42. Barcelona would be fab if it's not been used already x

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