Lonely Planet’s first guide to everything!
- 23 November 2012
The Book of Everything is an indispensible how-to guide of essential tips and tricks for travellers, which is published this month. This new title is a collection of colourful illustrations and diagrams which present practical information, handy hints and fascinating facts about the world of travel. Created by pioneering graphic artist Nigel Holmes, The Book of Everything is a humorous look at travel trivia, from how to prevent a hangover on the road to how to ride a camel.
The Book of Everything contains an eclectic mix of information, designed for everyone from first-time travellers to the most seasoned explorers. The book is organised into seven useful themed chapters, including:
- Understanding the World: featuring the northern lights explained and how to predict the weather
- Outdoor Survival: including how to prevent mosquito bites, how to build a campfire
- Etiquette: such as tipping etiquette, cultural mistakes to avoid around the world
- Food and Drink: featuring how to open a coconut, how to say cheers around the world
The Book of Everything is the second infographic title from Lonely Planet, following the success of How to Land a Jumbo Jet, also from graphic artist Nigel Holmes.
* The Book of Everything: Price £14.99 * November 2012 *
NOTE TO EDITORS
- Nigel Holmes is available for interview
- Extracts and images are available
- Review copies are available upon request
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