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THE TINY TRAVELER: ITALY – A BOOK OF NUMBERS

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In this book your children will have so much fun answering your questions. How many gondolas float down the canal? Yes, they will learn what a gondola is. That is one of the many reasons I love these books. Big thick well made board books. Easy to read and easy for little hands to hold. They get to travel from Rome to Venice as they count their way through Italy’s most famous landmarks. History while learning. From ONE leaning tower to SEVEN fresh pizzas.

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THE TINY TRAVELER: JAPAN – A BOOK OF NATURE

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Another book in the series is Japan. From the tiniest bonsai to the peak of Mt. Fuji. You and your little one will follow a beautiful nature trail through Japan. I love how this book explains natural elements in the simplest of terms. Cherry blossoms, bamboo and volcanoes are illustrated in such bright and bold colors. They readily capture your child’s attention and imagination. We love looking for rocks in the zen garden. Watching the lotus blossom float in the river. Yellow japanese plums and so much more in this beautifully illustrated book.

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My grandchildren love this collection. My two youngest grandsons are starting school this year. I enjoy the fact that I can help give them a headstart. This series primarily focuses on teaching simple objects. Numbers, shapes, and colors. Using iconic imagery from exotic countries help my grandkids experience the world. We may never get to travel to these different countries. But they will know about them and understand some of their culture. I enjoy introducing all of these different cultures and countries to them. We learn some basic things, some cultural things, some historic things. But most of all we are making memories.

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  1. Misti Kenison says:

    I’m so glad that you and your grandchildren enjoyed the books! Thanks so much for the review!

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