The Lonely Planet Book of Everything: A Visual Guide to Travel and the World

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Nigel Holmes
Lonely Planet Publications, 2012 - Travel - 203 pages
7 Reviews
It’s got Everything.*

Want to know how to wear a kilt, kiss a stranger, prevent a hangover, get out of a sinking car, eat a lobster, greet an alien, predict the weather, play croquet and much, much more?

The Book of Everything has it all.*

Open the book! Dive in!

We guarantee you’ll learn something new. And, equipped for a world of smart, sale and exciting travel, you can use your witty know-how to make friends wherever you go.

(*Almost.)

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Review: Book of Everything

User Review  - Felisia Listiarini - Goodreads

Love how this book guides me to know hopefully everything i need to know about travelling. The pictures is cool! Read full review

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User Review  - Abraham Ray - Goodreads

not the best(I prefer more sentances less pictures) Read full review

About the author (2012)

Nigel Holmes (born 1942) grew up in England, and moved to the US in 1978 to work at Time Magazine. When he left in 1994 he was the graphics director, and had written three books about graphic design. (They're out of print now, but Amazon usually has second-hand copies.) Other books include Wordless Diagrams (2005) and Nigel Holmes on Information Design (2006), by Steven Heller.

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