Synopses & Reviews
To children, the world can seem huge, filled with exciting places to visit and new things to experience. But how can they start uncovering the many treasures that await them? This fun and informative guidebookthe first in a new seriesinvites kids to embark on an exhilarating scavenger hunt that opens their eyes to things theyve never imagined before. And theres no need to go far or plan a big, expensive vacation to see this great stuff. In fact, some of the places may be quite close to home. They can take a peek at what actually goes on at their parents office, experience another cultures cuisine at an ethnic restaurant, immerse themselves in the beauty of nature at a wildlife preserve, or get the inside scoop on what really happens backstage at the theater
or even in the teachers lounge! And the ideas are just general enough to provide a gentle push in the right direction, while allowing young dreamers to use their imagination and fill in the specifics.
In addition to tons of fun facts, lists of little-known sites, and more than 250 color photos, theres a bonus fold-out map of North America and stickers, so youngsters can mark where theyve been.
Gives children a starting point to exploring the world around them, with many suggestions being inexpensive and close to home, from visiting an ethnic restaurant or a working farm to exploring a wildlife preserve or an old-growth forest. Original.