How to Go Anywhere (and Not Get Lost): A Guide to Navigation for Young Adventurers

Author Hans Aschim's thoughtful, engaging and informative book for younger readers

Recently released by Workman Publishing, author (and former CH staffer) Hans Aschim‘s debut book How to Go Anywhere (and Not Get Lost): A Guide to Navigation for Young Adventurers imparts practical knowledge as it immerses readers in global history and tasks them with applying what they’re learning. Though it was written for readers age nine to 12, Aschim’s guide is an invaluable addition to any aspiring adventurer’s …

LUMP: Animal

LUMP, acclaimed singer-songwriter Laura Marling’s experimental project with Tunng’s Mike Lindsay, returns with the single “Animal,” and its official art-installation-like music video (creative directed and produced by Melissa Matos). The melodic electro-pop track teases elements of psychedelia keeping listeners surprised and delighted. “Animal” will appear on an album of the same name, out 30 July.

Two Observation Towers Link Iceland’s Tectonic Plates in 00group’s Monumental Proposal

Shanghai-based studio 00group’s concept for a new Icelandic monument, which they call “Anchor of the Plates,” bridges two tectonic plates on a site that overlooks a seismic fissure called Vogagjá. The monument is composed of two curving observation towers (one with a visitors center) bound by an adjustable rope bridge. A harmonious vision, the poetic swoop of the design lends functional value and offers numerous …