Synopses & Reviews
Meet Providence Traveler.
Providence likes to make things. Not just ordinary things like macaroni pictures, but things that have never been made before. So it is not surprising that her hero is Leonardo da Vinci, the great sixteenth-century artist and inventor. One day at the library, when Providence is taking out her favorite book, Leonardo da Vinci: Boy Was He Busy,
she finds a scrap of paper covered with interesting designs for what looks like a mechanical mouse with a key coming out of its back. Diligently she follows the instructions on the paper and builds the intricate mouse. Just as she is putting on the finishing touches, in barge her brother and the meddlesome McMuzzin twins, who turn the key in the mouse's back. Suddenly there is a sound like thunder and a flash of light...and the four find themselves transported to Florence, Italy, during the time when Leonardo was alive. Will Providence get to meet her hero?
Gifted artist and storyteller Robert Sabuda introduces young readers to an extraordinary new character -- Providence Traveler -- whose curiosity and excitement will match their own. Providence leads readers on an exciting adventure, full of fun and fascinating information.
Meet Providence Traveler, an imaginative, unusual mouse, whose interests and enthusiasm are limitless. Her hero is Leonardo da Vinci, and when she accidentally runs across a design of his for a time-travel machine, she can't resist trying it out. But once she arrives in Leonardo's Renaissance world, she's left with a big problem to solve -- how does she get home again? Robert Sabuda mixes story with history in a way that will delight young readers and enchant his many fans.
Providence Traveler is an imaginative mouse whose hero is Leonardo da Vinci. When she accidentally runs across a design of his for a time-travel machine, she can't resist trying it out. But once she arrives in Leonardo's Renaissance world, how does she get home again? Full color.