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Illustrator Salvatore Rubbino brings Paris alive in this brilliant sequel to A Walk in New York and A Walk in London. A young girl and her grandfather set out to explore Paris. There is so much to look at and so much to learn about the buildings and how they were designed. The illustrations are packed full of wonderful details especially about the architecture but not forgetting the delicious food that can so easily be found in Paris. Readers will feel they have been in Paris – almost! – especially when they reach the amazing fold out Eiffel Tower.
Paris - the most beautiful city in the world! The most romantic! It's the perfect place for a girl and her grandad to spend the day. Join them as they explore Paris's iconic landmarks and experience its culture and style first-hand: visit a traditional street market, climb to the top of Notre-Dame, wander through the Tuileries Gardens and gaze up at the Eiffel Tower.
Salvatore Rubbino's friendly text and fresh, lively illustrations beautifully capture the delight of a young visitor experiencing the wonders of Paris - the City of Lights!
‘A visual tour... beautiful’ The Bookseller
‘Chic and elegant’ Publishers Weekly
About A Walk in London:
An entertaining and unstuffy guide to the city's landmarks...an excellent choice for any young Londoner or visitor. The Evening Standard
|Publication date:||5th March 2015|
|Publisher:||Walker Books Ltd|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 1|
|Topics:||People / Places|
Salvatore Rubbino is a rising new talent in the world of illustration. He was shortlisted for the Victoria and Albert Museum Illustration Awards for some of the brilliant illustrations in A Walk in New York and named as one of Booktrust's Best New Illustrators of 2011. As a child: "I liked to daydream and draw a lot when I was small. Now that I'm a lot bigger I still daydream and draw but I call this 'work' instead. I grew up in London very near the Arsenal Stadium in Highbury but unfortunately this didn't make me any better at football. ...More About Salvatore Rubbino