How many gondolas float down the canal? Can you count the number of masks at Carnival? Toddlers will answer these questions and more in this new book from Misti Kenison in her Tiny Traveler series.
If you want a fun way to travel to Italy and take a journey from Rome to Venice in the comfort of your home, The Tiny Traveler series has just the book series for you! In the new series, “Italy: A Book of Numbers” is a book that you and your little ones count your way through Italy’s most famous landmarks. The book starts with one leaning tower to seven fresh pizzas coming out of the oven. It’s a great way to explore a new culture while teaching children the basics of counting.
“Italy: A Book of Numbers” is the fourth book in Kenison’s Tiny Traveler board book series that exposes your child to another country and culture while teaching him or her the basic concept of counting and numbers. So sit back and explore the world with your little one from your very own living room. Traveling to foreign places has never been so fun, or educational, for young children before.
The Tiny Traveler Books teach children:
- Basic concepts of numbers
- Basic concepts of counting
- Can be used at home or in a childcare facility to teach basic concepts
Check it out! Kenison has another new Tiny Traveler book out now called “The Tiny Traveler: Japan; A Book of Nature“!
About the Author: Misti Kenison is a web/graphic designer and owner of MK Design. 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. She is the author of the Tiny Traveler series. She lives in Little Rock, Arkansas.
List Price: $ 5.99