Travel the World Through Kids Books

 Travel the World with three children's books!

1.  We're Roaming in the Rainforest (An Amazon Adventure)
A trio of children embark on a daylong trek through the rainforest, discovering all sorts of exotic creatures in their natural habitats. The charming, rhyming text highlights an action verb for each creature, from chattering monkeys to crouching jaguars. The story is enhanced by nine pages of educational endnotes, including information about the Amazon, the creatures featured in the story, the peoples of the rainforest, and a full-page, full-color map of South America.
Ages 4 to 10 years
Written By: Laurie Krebs
Illustrated By: Anne Wilson
Hardcover $16.99
2. We're Sailing Down the Nile ( A Journey through Egypt)
Set sail along the mighty Nile River to experience the wonders of Egypt. The lilting, rhyming story text is followed by eleven pages full of educational information about ancient Egypt, gods and goddesses, a helpful map, and much more.
Ages 4 to 10 years
Written By: Laurie Krebs
Illustrated By: Anne Wilson
Paperback $7.99 and Hardcover $16.999


3. We're Riding on a Caravan (An Adventure on the Silk Road)
Join the caravan for an exciting yearlong trek along China's ancient Silk Road. Following the rhyming, treasure-filled story are informational endnotes about the history of the Silk Road, the story of silk, important cities of China, and a full-spread map.
Ages 4 to 10 years
Written By: Laurie Krebs
Illustrated By: Helen Cann
Paperback $7.99 

These beautiful children's books are multicultural, educational and very colorful. These books are very well written and easy to read for children from 4-10. Stop by my marketplace and place your order online. 
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Reading children's books over the summer will help keep their brains active. Enjoy this way of speedy traveling through reading the pages of children's books.


Happy Reading!
~ LadyD
“You can’t get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me.” — C. S. Lewis
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