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Review:  Who Stole the Mona Lisa-The Louvre with children

Review: Who Stole the Mona Lisa-The Louvre with children

What would it be like to spend your life hanging on a wall?  If you are the Mona Lisa, you preen as a constant stream of admirers pass by, the guides describing how famous you are and remembering what it was like to be painted.  Who Stole the Mona Lisa is told from the Mona Lisa’s point of view; she enjoys the constant adoration and listening to the guide...

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Review:  The Stolen Smile

Review: The Stolen Smile

The Mona Lisa, painted between 1503 and 1506, is one of the most famous paintings in the world and probably Leonardo Da Vinci’s most famous work.  Any visit to the Louvre requires at least an attempt to see the Mona Lisa though she is sometimes hidden behind her crowds of admirers!  While painted in Italy, Leonardo sold the painting to King Francis the 1st of...

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Review: A Lion in Paris-Paris with children

Review: A Lion in Paris-Paris with children

The lion was bored, so where else would he go but the City of Light?  The lonely, bored lion is nervous about being in the big city wondering what people will think of him.  He’s not too sure what he thinks of them!  Told from the perspective of the lion, A Lion in Paris relates the strange things the lion finds in the city as he struggle to find his place...

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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: The Secret Cave: Discovering Lascaux- France

Review: The Secret Cave: Discovering Lascaux- France

Buried treasure, secret caves, -the perfect set up for an adventure during school holidays.   In this fictionalized retelling of the discovery of the Caves of Lascaux, Jaques, JoJo, and Simon are playing war games against the backdrop of World War II when an older boy, Marcel, tells them of a very deep hole his dog had fallen into the day before.  Marcel thinks...

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