By: Jennifer Adams
Illustrated by: Greg Pizzoli
Published by: Chronicle Books
Released on: July 2017
Ages: All Ages
Series: My Little Cities
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Rating: 5 Owlets - We loved it!
Thank you Chronicle Books for sending a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review
In this delightful series written by BabyLit author Jennifer Adams and illustrated by kidlit darling Greg Pizzoli, each book showcases a different city with sweet baby-appropriate text, ridiculously charming illustrations, and a light introduction to rhyme and opposites. High-chair travelers can explore the City by the Bay: cruise along the majestic Golden Gate Bridge, play with the sea lions at Pier 39, ride cable cars up steep hills, and have a picnic in lovely San Francisco.
With only a few words on each page, My Little Cities books take you on a tour through some of the top cities in the World. Exploring the top tourists places in each city, these amazing books highlight fun attractions to see in the city. Whether stopping on the Golden Gate Bridge, walking down Lombard Street or playing in front of the Eiffel Tower, these books are perfect for little travelers.
The bold pictures and fun images will engage children of all ages and the simple text is perfect for beginning readers or young children. The book contains a guide at the back to explain the importance of each location featured. We loved talking about some of the places we have visited and made some plans on future places to one day visit.
Whether an avid traveler, or a dreamer of traveling, this series is great way to engage children in discussions about cities around the world. We enjoyed learning and discovering new places. These small board books are perfect for taking on your next trip!
ABOUT MY LITTLE CITIES: PARIS
In this delightful series written by BabyLit author Jennifer Adams and illustrated by kidlit darling Greg Pizzoli, each book showcases a different city with sweet baby-appropriate text, ridiculously charming illustrations, and a light introduction to rhyme and opposites. High-chair travelers can take a whirlwind tour of the city of light and love! Listen to the choir at Notre Dame Cathedral, explore the catacombs, ride up to the tip-top of the Eiffel Tower and, of course, say good night to the sparkling city of Paris.