Alicia Eames, New York City Public Schools
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This is probably best suited for a child and printed on paper where the artwork is best viewed. I'd avoid this if you are looking to learn more about Ibn Battuta from a more... Read morePublished 2 months ago by LK
The book seems amazing, but I had a very poor pagination experience and view options on Kindle, it literally tore the book apart and mixed the pages, both on MacBook Air and iPhone... Read morePublished 6 months ago by magicalarabia
We enjoyed reading the book. We lived the califraphy and the illustration. The story is based on true accounts and is nicely written.
We will read and re read. Read more
This book is very well written for kids and adult. It is like you are reading a poetry. My son and coworkers loved the book.Published 13 months ago by Mohammad Meftauddin
Although I was hoping for a book aimed at an older reading audience, I'm not disappointed with my purchase. The illustrations are beautiful and the story is concise.Published 17 months ago by Kathrandra D. Smith
This book was Beautifully illustrated. I liked how the text was integrated in the illustrations. I would have liked the book to go on longer.Published 18 months ago by R. Brady
Travelling Man: The Journey of Ibn Battuta by James Rumford is a extraordinary beautiful illustrated book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by romanbruni
Wonderful children's picture storybook account of the 14th century Muslim geographer/ethnographer, Ibn Battuta. Read morePublished on May 23, 2011 by AWAIR Reviews
Ibn Battuta travelled 75,000 miles in his lifetime, 3x more than Marco Polo, more than any man before steam, and I'm just now learning about him. Amazing fellow.Published on November 19, 2010 by Jon Sollid