The second reason you should buy An Atlas of Imaginary Places is because it’s really quite beautiful. While we’re living in a time where Pixar and over-the-top animation reigns supreme, the artwork is soft and easy-going on your eyes. Easy enough for adults and colorful enough for children. Ana de Lima does a majestic job with the illustrations, giving you 40 pages of great colors and very interesting conceptions. You have everything from a gum island to The Tallest Lighthouse to The Cape of Flying Fish. Ana captures each of these locations with utter beautiful and calmness with great illustrations.