Mind Maps for Kids has taken the education world by storm, selling over 20,500 copies in the first four months of publication. Back by popular demand, Mind Map genius Tony Buzan now works his magic on the area of learning that most worries children, parents and teachers alike: revision. With Tony Buzan it's all brain, no pain! Marketing USPs / The first Mind Maps for Kids sold over 55,000. How to Mind Map has sold nearly 50,000 copies. / This book will be an ideal kids' introduction to a study skill now used in schools across the globe. / A Multi media event for 4,000 children is planned at the Royal Albert Hall to coincide with the launch of this book (April '05). / Tony Buzan's public profile is growing ever stronger in the minds of parents and teachers. He appeared on Blue Peter and also played a major role in a prime-time, BBC2 documentary called 'In Search of Genius' on 5th May 04. 2.1 million households viewed the show.
Tony Buzan is the world-renowned inventor of Mind Maps and the multi-million copy bestselling author of Mind Maps for Kids, Head First, Head Strong and The Mind Map Book. He appears regularly on television and lectures all over the world. His work has been published in 100 countries and 30 languages.
'Blue Peter has made Mind Mapping cool among kids.' TES 'An essential purchase for any parent concerned about a child's revision from primary to secondary level.' PUBLISHING NEWS 'Tony Buzan will do for the brain what Stephen Hawking did for the universe.' THE TIMES 'The biggest name in memory' THE NEW YORKER 'Tony Buzan deserves a medal for coming up with the sanity-saving concept of Mind Maps, which make difficult mental tasks possible, even pleasurable ! The system can be a lifesaver for children with dyslexia-type difficulties.' TIME OUT 'The whole world should Mind Map.' THE EXPRESS 'If you put Buzan's theories to the test, you could find yourself memorising pages from a phone book, or becoming the brainiest person in the world' Personal Computer World Magazine 'Tony didn't invent the brain -- he did invent the instructions!' John Husbands, MD, Institute of Management