"The Tiny Traveler"
A book of numbers
written and illustrated by Misti Kenison
Let's take a peek inside shall we?
About the book...
This is the fourth book in Kenison's Tiny Traveler series. Her mission is to expose children at a very young age to other countries and cultures around the world. This particular book teaches little ones the concept of numbers. These colourful board books are a perfect size for little hands to maneuver and are brimming with large well-orchestrated and defined illustrations. The simple text is written so toddlers can comprehend and enjoy the books while learning about the world in which they live.
The world is waiting to be discovered and explored between the covers of these books...
"The Tiny Traveler: Italy" is a book about numbers. Children are encouraged to count the number of statues that are looking down on St. Peter's Square, the number of opera singers preparing to perform on stage and the number of paintings that are artfully hanging in the museum, just to name a few.
The journey takes you from Rome to Venice as famous landmarks are unveiled for your child's learning pleasure. How fun to count your way through the book as you nibble on one of the foods that Italy is most famous for... PIZZA! This book is sure to have your child asking for more... to read the book one more time and of course one more slice of pizza! Yum to both!
Introducing the author/illustrator...
Misti Kenison is a web/graphic designer and owner of MK Design. She is the author and illustrator of a new series of baby board books, the Tiny Traveler series. As a new mom, she believes strongly in encouraging literacy at a very young age, and hopes that this series will be a great tool for other parents to do so as well. Misti, her husband, and their two children live in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Other books in the series...
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