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15th February 2018

Frances Castle: Around the World in 50 Ways

Frances Castle’s bold illustrations for Around The World in 50 Ways depict a wondrous selection of famous cities and exotic, far-flung places in this “choose-your-own” travel adventure published by Lonely Planet Kids.

The starting point of this amazing globe-trotting adventure is London’s iconic Tower of London. But what’s the next leg of the journey? Well, that depends on the route you decide to take and the means of transportation you select, from tuk-tuks and sleds, to steamboats and hot-air balloons. Once aboard, you can discover all about these amazing machines and how they work. Then upon arriving at your next destination, you’ll get to explore the local area and see what makes it interesting and unique. With lots of possible routes you’ll need to be careful: not every path will take you back to where you want to go, with some tricky dead ends – it’s sure to be an epic journey and who knows where you’ll end up?

Written by Dan Smith, Around the World in 50 Ways is fully illustrated by Frances across 163 pages!

Around the World in 50 Ways - Illustrated by Frances Castle

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