Take Me Home

An Activity Journal for Young Explorers

$17.99

Take Me Home is the latest book in an exciting series of guided journals for children aged 6-12. Packed with facts and activities, it’s perfect for spending creative time at home – just the thing for an evening after school or a rainy day.

This book is not yet published, but will be available from October 2020.

ISBN: 9781916474550 Category:

Mary Richards

Description

Take Me Home is the latest book in an exciting series of guided journals for young explorers. Crammed with facts, lively illustrations and inspiring activities, it’s perfect for spending creative time at home – just the thing for completing after school or on a rainy day.

With this book as your guide, you don’t even need to go out of your own front door to discover new things! Each chapter of Take Me Home is filled with activities that encourage children to explore the place where they live, jot down their ideas and draw what they see. As they complete lists, create pictures and answer questions they are prompted to look at their own home in new ways – observing its different spaces and the objects that fill it.

Fun, quirky and bursting with information about homes throughout history; architecture and design; the way things work; and the artists and writers who have been inspired by the idea of home, this book is a perfect gift for curious and creative children.

Take Me Home follows the popular format of Take Me To Museums, Take Me On Holiday, Take Me To School and Take Me Outdoors.

Additional information

Weight 178 g
Dimensions 16.1 x 20.3 cm
Publisher name Thames and Hudson Ltd
Publication date 8 October 2020
Number of pages 96
Format Paperback / softback
Dimensions 16.1 x 20.3 cm
Weight 178 g
Writer and illustrator Mary Richards is author of the Take Me To series. She has also written The Modern Art Journal (Tate Publishing) and Splat: The Most Exciting Artists of All Time (Thames & Hudson). Mary was Art Publisher at the Hayward Gallery and a Project Editor at Tate Publishing. She lives in London with four children, two cats and a large collection of Lego.