LITERCURIOUS BOOK REVIEW
|Title(s)||Tiny Travelers, Treasure Quest:|
China, Mexico, and Puerto Rico
|Author(s)||Steven Wolfe Pereira & Susie Jaramillo|
|Illustrator(s)||Susie Jaramillo, Mei Li & Magali Reyes McDonald|
|Publisher||China: Encantos (November 26, 2019)|
Mexico: Encantos (October 22, 2019)
Puerto Rico: Encantos (February 25, 2020)
|Format||Kindle, Board Book|
Puerto Rico: 22
Find out about Steven Wolfe Pereira by clicking his name. You can download a PDF about Susie Jaramillo by clicking her name.
WHO IS THE TARGET AUDIENCE
These publications are designed towards Pre-School 5-6 (Grade 1) or anyone who is a kid at heart.
Get your boarding pass today for the Tiny Travelers: Treasure Quest trilogy. The Tiny Travelers series of books uses art and content as an educational vehicle powered by fun.
The series combines education and learning through a cultural-inspired approach in a multicultural world. They empower parents by encouraging the development of bilingualism in their children. They introduce children to new languages, cultures, geographic regions, foods and animals. Tiny Travelers are exceptional learning tools for pre-school children enhanced by additional online resources.
With so many diverse and disparate nations, cities, and cultures on our world, Tiny Travelers builds a greater level of understanding through infographics and interactive challenges. They expose children to the global diversity beyond their own limited experience. The books inform them about language differences, encourage empathy and understanding of diverse cultures. They also introduce children to geography, cultural festivals, exotic foods, and important historic locations.
Tiny Travelers Is exciting, visually pleasing, beautifully illustrated, emotive, exhilarating, and incredibly engaging. They are interactive, fun, enlightening, educational and entertaining. The illustrations are superbly crafted, very colorful and full of useful information.
The series is filled with fun facts, hidden features, and rhymes to aid memory retention. They are embroidered with keywords and pronunciation taken from each country’s language. They even include some common useful phrases.
Children will love this series.
You can visit Tiny Travelers website here to view all of their products. You can purchase the China, Puerto Rico, and Mexico series here.
I would like to thank Steven Wolfe Pereira & Susie Jaramillo, NetGalley, and Encantos for affording me the opportunity to review Tiny Travelers, Treasure Quest: China, Mexico, and Puerto Rico.
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