City Atlas by Georgia Cherry & Martin Haake

City Atlas is a comprehensive look at some of the world’s most famous cities, from London to Lisbon and San Francisco to Seoul.

The contents page is illustrated with a stamp for each place. The double page spreads display beautifully illustrated maps, including key landmarks, famous people, iconic buildings and cultural icons.

Every page has a wealth of information and detail to discover. In addition, each city map has a search and find game t o focus young readers exploration of the cities. This is a magnificent and educational resource for children.

Published by Wide Eyed Editions.

Release date September 3rd.

The School of Art by Teal Triggs & Daniel Frost

This is a fantastic book – a book I would have treasured growing up, when I was studying art. In this book we are given 40 art & design lessons by 5 different tutors with different specialisms in art & design. After each lesson there is an activity to help hone your skills.

The lessons all focus on the basic principles of art – composition, colour, line, shape and perspective.

The book is presented beautifully in a hardback square format with stylised illustrations throughout and infographics to help visualise the lessons and activities.

Published by Wide Eyed Editions.

The Learning Garden: Counting by Aino-Maija Metsola

Often with picture books & concept books I find my words are unnecessary, the illustrations and the design of the book tell the viewer everything they need to know.

This one for example… there is nothing much to comment on, apart from perhaps – Look! Isn’t it beautiful!

I’ve said it many times on here, Wide Eyed Editions are publishing beautifully designed, non-fiction books for children – they are one to keep an eye on (a wide eye).

Tactile gifts for toddlers that make learning fun, created by leading Finnish artist Aino-Maija Metsola.

Journey from numbers one to ten, and see and say objects along the way. Count the animals and lift the flaps to discover a host of surprises on every page.

Bold, eye-catching artwork and sturdy card lift-flaps make this a favorite with children and adults alike.

Wide Eyed Editions

Nature’s Day by Danielle Kroll & Kay Maguire

This first book of nature helps young readers to discover the world of wonder on their doorstep.

Beginning in spring, this book revisits eight different places, including the farm, the back yard, and the woods during each of the four seasons through the year and explores the changing scenery and animal life found there.

Informative and fun texts teamed with decorative illustrations make this the perfect book to celebrate the passing of each season.

Wide Eyed Editions

If you’ve not come across Wide Eyed Editions yet, they are an exciting new imprint of The Quarto Group. They publish non-fiction children’s books, focused on delivering educational information with top illustrators and authors. Wide Eyed publish beautiful, high production value books that children (and adults) will treasure.

Atlas of Adventures By Lucy Letherland

Set your spirit of adventure free with this lavishly illustrated trip around the world. Whether you’re visiting the penguins of Antarctica, joining the Carnival in Brazil or a canoe safari down the Zambezi River, this book brings together more than 100 activities and challenges to inspire armchair adventurers of any age.

Find hundreds of things to spot and learn new facts about every destination. With epic adventures from the four corners of the globe and discoveries to be made on your own doorstep, this book will inspire you to set off on your own journey of discovery.

– Wide Eyed Editions