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Travels with Charlie: Way Out West Hardcover – Bargain Price, April 20, 2006
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About the Author
Chuck Nitzberg has lived and worked in New York City since graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1975. He enjoys vintage music and traveling, particularly to the beach! This is Chuck's first foray into the world of children's books.
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Top Customer Reviews
deter anyone from the buying this book. It definitely is not for the 9-12. My six
year old grandchild was recently introduced to two of the three books in the series while taking a long car trip and it saved the day. First she spent her time searching for Charlie the dog who is hidden on every page spread. Then we looked for places that she had been. She was particularly interested in California as she lives there. But then she found other places where she had been like the Space Needle and Las Vegas and also the Statue of Liberty from one of the other books.
If the adult has any interest in travelling and/or geography or just hoping to broaden the scope of the child' world, this book will be fun for them also. It can also be a learning experience for them. I hope the duo does one for the midwest also, where I am from.
A note to the author & illustrator. She would be very disappointed if the St. Louis
arch and Chicago and the Green Bay Packers stadium were missing.
Now I'm searching for the rest of the series. I only gave it 4 stars because I find the pictures too cartoonish and the text boring for the adult. I do like the facts on the sidebar. It gives the parent a reading alternative.