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Review: The Pilot and the Little Prince-France with children

Review: The Pilot and the Little Prince-France with children

 “Long ago in France, at the turn of the last century, a little boy was born to be an adventurer.”  Isn’t that what travel is about?  Adventure? Meeting new people, seeing new places, discovering new things-whatever inspires you to travel, The Pilot and the Little Prince: The Life of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry will inspire you to explore more. The...

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Review: How the Sphinx got to the Museum- New York with children

Review: How the Sphinx got to the Museum- New York with children

How The Sphinx Got To The Museum written and illustrated by Jessie Hartland is the entertaining story of how the sphinx was built, broken, discovered, repaired and displayed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.  In the style of “This is the House that Jack Built” and “I know an Old Lady who swallowed a Fly,” “How the...

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The Barefoot Book of Pirates

The Barefoot Book of Pirates

 The Barefoot Book of Pirates by Richard Walker and illustrated by Olwyn Whelan is a retelling of seven pirate stories from Scandinavia, England, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Scotland and Morocco.  The stories are well illustrated and entertaining while being refreshingly free from gore. The hardcover edition of the book is accompanied by a CD with Richard Hope...

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