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Learning from Home or While Traveling - Get the kids engaged and excited about The City of Light - Paris
A Paris France travel and learning guide written especially for kids Hey Kids Let's Visit Paris France asks:
Hey Kids Did you know...
- There is a collection of resting places for human bones below Paris?
- The Louvre is haunted by a mummy?
- There's a museum in Paris that used to be a railway station?
- There is an eternal flame burning inside a Paris Monument?
You will find out all about these things and much more fun Paris France facts. You will love this book whether you are preparing for a vacation with the family, or simply want to learn a little more about the Paris France activities. Younger kids will love this neat way to visit Paris through reading with their family
Each section of the book explains some of the history behind the major tourist attractions 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 with them during the trip
But, whether you are planning a trip with your family or just want to know more about Paris, 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 includes:
Hey Kids Let's Visit New York City
Hey Kids Let's Visit London England
Hey Kids Let's Visit San Francisco
Hey Kids Let's Visit Savannah Georgia
Hey Kids Let's Visit Charleston South Carolina
Hey Kids Let's Visit Washington DC
Hey Kids Let's Visit a Cruise Ship
Hey Kids Let's Visit Chicago
Take a look at what other amazon customers say about Hey Kids Let's Visit Paris France:
I've read several books in this series and the reason why I love them is because Mills sorts through the multitude of facts and gets down to the ones that are most interesting. I recently spent a week in Paris and I wish I had this with me because I learned all sorts of things I didn't know from reading boring guide books. I can't believe I missed the Catacombs Mills speaks directly to kids using language they understand but it is not childlike. -Sherri
Did you know it takes six tons of paint for the Eiffel Tower, and they paint it every seven years? That Bonaparte was crowned in the cathedral of Notre Dame? Or that Victor Hugo wrote a scene from Les Miserables in the Luxemborg Gardens? Not to mention that the Paris catacombs extend slightly more than one hundred twenty-four miles under the city, most of it not mapped? Now I want to visit Paris if I ever get the chance. And I'd take my family too. This is a great series for kids and families. - Azalea
I love this author's travel series for kids. Truthfully, Paris has never been on my list as a possible travel destination. I thought it was all Eiffel Towers and what possibly could there be in that city that would interest me. Wow, as an adult have I been wrong I would love to have this book even as an adult. But, as a kid, I can imagine being the tour guide for my family. - Kim