Books

The London Mapguide (8th Edition)

Michael Middleditch

A completely revised edition of the award-winning, bestselling London Mapguide by Michael Middleditch - the best streetmap on the market.

Michael Middleditch has revised and updated his hugely successful LONDON MAPGUIDE - first published in 1983 and now in its eighth edition. Streets and sights are mapped and named, and there is a full index so that it can be used like the London A-Z. In addition, famous landmarks, places of entertainment etc. are indicated on the maps. This edition has a brand-new spread on London architecture, and the Stratford Olympic area is fully incorporated into the book.

At 72 pages of full colour maps this is the perfect book for every tourist and city-dweller.


For many years Michael Middleditch was chief cartographer at Geographia. He created the Mapguides especially for Penguin, and there are four award-winning and highly successful titles in the series: New York, Paris, London and the Map of the World.

The Penguin Map of the World

Michael Middleditch

The award-winning, bestselling Penguin Map of the World by Michael Middleditch

Clear, colourful, and crammed with information reflecting up-to-date world wide political changes, The Penguin Map of the World is a unique concept in maps. For the first time, Michael Middleditch's revised third edition includes all the flags of the world and updated political boundaries.

The perfect travelling companion, this clever guide is light and slim enough to slip easily into a pocket or small bag, yet packs in a wealth of invaluable information.

For many years Michael Middleditch was chief cartographer at Geographia. He created the Mapguides especially for Penguin, and there are four award-winning and highly successful titles in the series: New York, Paris, London and the Map of the World.

The Paris Mapguide

Michael Middleditch

The award-winning, bestselling The Paris Mapguide by Michael Middleditch - the best streetmap on the market

The perfect travelling companion, this clever guide combines illustrated, easy-to-read maps with essential facts to help you get the most out of your trip to Paris.

It's light, and slim enough to slip easily into a pocket or small bag, yet packs in a wealth of invaluable information including detailed listings of everything from museums and galleries to markets and gardens, recommendations on restaurants and night life. Several, more in-depth, articles cover major attractions including The Louvre and Notre Dame and feature useful floor plans. Metro and bus route maps will get you wherever you want to go, and there's even a currency converter to help you sort the antique investments from the flea market bargains.

For many years Michael Middleditch was chief cartographer at Geographia. He created the Mapguides especially for Penguin, and there are four award-winning and highly successful titles in the series: New York, Paris, London and the Map of the World.

The New York Mapguide

Michael Middleditch

The award-winning, bestselling New York Mapguide by Michael Middleditch - the best streetmap on the market

Whether you're travelling to New York for a weekend break or a week's business, you'll find this fact-packed guide the perfect 24-hour companion in the city that never sleeps. Compact and light, it can be slipped into a pocket or bag and contains everything you need to get around and get the most out of Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx, day and night.

Contents include: clear, illustrated colour street maps; subway and bus routes; articles on the history and architecture of the city; interesting walks, and essential listings of everything from shops, museums and galleries to theatres, restaurants and night clubs.
For many years Michael Middleditch was chief cartographer at Geographia. He created the Mapguides especially for Penguin, and there are four award-winning and highly successful titles in the series: New York, Paris, London and the Map of the World.

Biography

Michael Middleditch worked for many years as a cartographer for the publisher Geographia before founding his own company where he invented the hugely successful concept of the Mapguide. He has two grown-up children, and lives with his wife in St Albans, Hertfordshire.