Tiny Travellers in Hong Kong by Anny Beatty and Ken Keobke, Precocious Press, $65 THE Hong Kong sections of bookshops in the territory are piled high with guide books for adults, so how about one for kids or for families with youngsters? Ann Beatty and Ken Keobke of Lantau have just filled that niche. This 24-page volume is an illustrated saunter through typical Hong Kong scenes. It is useful, since the most popular fare in standard children's books tend to be dragons and locomotive trains - two sights you don't come across very often in Hong Kong. Toddlers growing up here will enjoy having a book with familiar sights in it - the Star Ferry, the Peak Tram, Ocean Park. Like all books for young children, it is dominated by the illustrations. Each of Ann Beatty's watercolour scenes is actually a collage of individual items. Older children will be able to read the text as well. And for adults, there is a 'Parents' Guide to Hong Kong' at the back of the book. An old cynic I used to know always said that the phrase 'fun for all the family' was the world's biggest lie. 'Nothing is fun for all the family,' he used to say. It is easy enough to see what he means, although the writers of this volume have successfully identified a large number of places where families can go as a unit for a day out. And yes, this book passed the chewability test. A scientific test involving a two-year-old proved it can be enjoyably masticated but its card-like pages are resistant to swallowing.