Thursday, April 9, 2015

The Tiny Traveler - Children's Books Review


Each book in Misti Kenison’s new Tiny Traveler board book series is sure to give your child the travel bug early by transporting little ones to exotic and fantastic places while teaching basic concepts—such as shapes. Now you and your little one can explore the world together from your living room.
If you’re going to learn about shapes, why not do it in the exciting land of Egypt? Egypt’s Great Sphinx, pyramids, and camels all come to life in this new board book, The Tiny Traveler: A Book of Shapes, by graphic designer Misti Kenison. Toddlers will learn basic shapes such as triangles, hexagons, and circles with bright, geometric spreads while getting a flavor for Egypt’s rich and fascinating culture.

The Arc de Triomphe, the Moulin Rouge, the Eiffel Tower—there is so much to do and see in the colorful city of Paris. From graphic designer Misti Kenison comes an adventurous new board book, The Tiny Traveler: A Book of Colors, for your toddler. The culture and monuments of France are rendered into bold, graphic illustrations accompanied by vocabulary to teach toddlers basic colors. Traveling to foreign places has never been so colorful, or educational, for young children before!
Each board book, France and Egypt, is 24 pages long and teaches young children about their colors and shapes in an interesting cultural way.  The Tiny Traveler: Egypt focuses on shapes by showing  symbols like a cross, rectangle, heart, and more.  The Tiny Traveler: France focuses on colors with pictures of green gardens, purple windows, brown gargoyles, and other colorful depictions.

I received books for review from Skyhorse Publishing.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.

1 comments:

Josephine said...

I'm so glad you enjoyed the books! Thanks for the great review!