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Kids' Travel Guide - Australia: The fun way to discover Australia - especially for kids (Kids' Travel Guide Series) (Volume 33) Paperback – Illustrated, February 18, 2017
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The interactive Kids’ Travel Guides series tell your kids everything they need to know about the country or city you plan to visit. From planning and packing to returning home with a record of great family memories to cherish. The fun way to lean with quizzes, tasks, coloring pages, and many more surprises!
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This book is such an example. Guided by Leonardo, the little ones are getting to know Australia, a far away country with a lot of interesting things to see and even taste - by the way, did you know that Pavlova, one of my favorite treats is an Australian trademark? this explains why it is so hard to find a good one in Europe...The details of the trip can be written down, diary style, including with details about packing, and funny quizzes are aimed at checking the knowledge accumulated over the day trip. It is simply written, in an entertaining style, with many drawings, colours and attractive pictures.
The book is recommended to children able to read and write. It also can be read by parents creating a certain travel ambiance, with everyone part of the same team aiming at getting the best of the trip.
Disclaimer: I downloaded the free version of the book but the opinions are, as usual, my own.