By Andrews McMeel Publishing
Take a walking tour through famous Chicago landmarks with this die-cut Accord book, featuring memorable illustrations, fun historic facts, and a colorful gatefold map of the Windy City.
Designed to illuminate Chicago's skyline, every page of this stylishly illustrated book features the cut-out silhouette of a notable site. The tour begins at the steps of the Art Institute of Chicago and travels past Wrigley Field, pausing outside the Lincoln Zoo before continuing on past the Hancock Building, and ultimately ending its trek at Lake Michigan. With fun illustrations and interesting facts on every page, this book serves as a great souvenir, allowing kids and adults alike to see and experience famous landmarks of this great city.
Details & Purchase
Hardback - Board Book
- Price: $12.99
- Dimensions: 8.3 x 8.5
- ISBN: 9781449460280
- Publish Date: 12/9/2014
- Pages: 12
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About the Author
Andrews McMeel Publishing is a leading publisher of comics and humor, cookbooks, gift, puzzles and games, and children’s books. AMP has a passion for publishing original talent, delighting consumers with innovative books and gifts that are worth sharing. It is also the nation’s top calendar publisher, producing calendars based on many top-selling properties and selling more than 15 million calendars each year.
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