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Learning, Staycation, Virtual Field Trip, or Travel Wish List Regardless of what you are looking for this is the Savannah Kids Travel Guide for you Visiting Savannah with kids? Do you want your kids engaged and excited about this beautiful southern city? Do you want your kids to learn as well as have fun while traveling? Look no further Get the entire family excited about the things to do in Savannah before you leave, and then let them help plan the trip Finally A Savannah Georgia travel guide for kids - written especially for them Hey Kids Let's Visit Savannah Georgia asks: Hey Kids Did you know...
- The founder of the modern day girl scouts is form Savannah?
- There's a cemetery in downtown Savannah that is home to a very famous ghost?
- There's an island close to Savannah that was a popular hangout for pirates?
- There is a fort in Savannah built with hand formed bricks?
Each section of the book explains some of the history behind some major things to do in Savannah GA as well as listing some fun and interesting facts about each. Your child or grandchild will be your tour guide with this book So make sure that they have this book early in the planning phases of your trip as well as when you visit Savannah But, whether you are planning a trip with your family or just want to know more about Savannah, this book is the perfect way to get started. Teresa Mills is the bestselling author of the Hey Kids Let's Visit Series of children's books This series focuses on building your child's / grandchild's life experiences through travel and learning activities that will enhance their lives forever The Hey Kids Let's Visit Series also a visit to Washington DC, New York City, London, Charleston South Carolina, San Francisco, Paris France, Chicago, and a Cruise Ship Take a look at what other amazon customers say about Hey Kids Let's Visit Savannah Georgia: This author is firing me up on places to visit that I had long ago written off as "boring, bland and uninteresting." I wish these had been around when our now adult son was little. It would have been fun to let HIM be the tour guide and use this book as a foundation for where to visit and what to see. Now, as a grandparent I've got Savannah, Georgia on my radar as a fun place to some day take our grandson when he's older. But, my goodness, as an adult, I'll probably use this book as MY tour guide Kim Although I've visited Savannah, Georgia in the past, I didn't know even a fraction of the things Teresa's book talks about. She includes historical facts about the places she names in the book. This is a great book to take along on a trip to visit Savannah or just to learn more about the city - whether you are planning to visit in the future or just want to know more about this historical place and its treasures. Teresa The first chapter or so focuses a good bit on architecture, which isn't my thing, but later on I was fascinated by the interesting history the author dug up. Things like movie tie-ins, forts, kids' world getaways: all a great mix of education and fun that made me want to go to Georgia myself. Maybe I will someday. LOL I recommend this book if you're traveling that way Have fun, kids Enjoy traveling while you're young and learn all you can Azalea.