The best adventures start at home! You don't need to trek to the South Pole or hack your way through a rainforest to explore our wonderful world. Your own backyard is just waiting to be discovered.
Scribble, jot and draw in this brilliant fill-in journal, brought to you by Lonely Planet Kids, an imprint of Lonely Planet, the world's leading travel guide publisher. Backyard Explorer is filled with fun things to make, do and find, to discover the exciting world beyond kids' front door! They can go cloud-spotting, make a skyline collage, design your dream house, complete a scavenger hunt, make your very own time-and-place capsule and lots more? Kids will see their surroundings in a wonderful new way.
There's space to write, draw, collage, colour and complete - turning the finished book into a wonderful scrapbook to treasure forever. With fun illustrations, a super bright neon cover and a handy, backpack sized format, it's a must-have item for any young explorer.
Part of our Family Activity Range.
Also available: Boredom Buster, My Travel Journal, My Family Travel Map, Round-the-World Quiz Book, My Family Height Chart. Collect them all!
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This is Book 146 in the Lonely Planet Kids Series. See all Lonely Planet Kids books here.
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