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My First Travel Book by Anna Othitis

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My First Travel Book  is the first book of the My First Travel Books – travel books series for children by Anna Othitis.

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Are you ready to take to the skies? Welcome Aboard Children! Come join the adventures of Captain Frankie and his flying angel as they travel across the world to some of the most popular, entertaining, and educational places in the world. Captain Frankie is waiting for you to book your ticket, safely stow your bags, and open your eyes to the beautiful places created for all of us to visit in My First Travel Book series.

 




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Author Anna Othitis pictureThe pages of My First Travel Book serve as imaginative boarding tickets for young readers to poplar geographical and historical landmarks around the globe, providing educational and factual information about each special place. Destinations such as Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls, the United States of America’s Statue of Liberty, France’s Eifel Tower and London’s Big Ben are only a few of the many magnificent places that this wondrous book has to offer. The roots of inspiration for this book come from two special factors. The first comes from the experience of living in Zimbabwe, Africa and having a dream to travel the world as a pilot. The second comes from the real life events of actually visiting these places and seeing what everyone should get a chance to see one day. To read about these glorious places is only the beginning of the journey, the ignition to the engines of the powerful jet of adventure that will take the reader, their family, and friends, to a new level of curiosity about what lies beyond the walls of their home.

(Anna Othitis, February 2017)

 

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Other Books in the Same Series

My First Travel Books

Book 2 – The Seven Natural Wonders of the Earth

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Book 3 – The Seven Natural Wonders of the World

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Book 4 – Africa’s “Big Five” Wild Animals

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Daddy and the World’s Longest Poo by Brydie Wright

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Daddy and the World’s Longest Poo is a Children’s picture book by Brydie Wright

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Do you ever wonder why daddies disappear for hours on end? Where on earth do they go? Daddy and the World’s Longest Poo tells the adventure of a little boy who faces just such a conundrum. Follow him on a journey of discovery, as he tries to make sense of one of life’s great mysteries.




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author Brydie Wright pictureDo you ever wonder why daddies disappear for hours on end? Where on earth do they go?

Based on true events, Daddy and the World’s Longest Poo tells the adventure of a little boy who faces just such a conundrum. Follow him on a journey of discovery as he tries to make sense of one of life’s great mysteries.

In this, her debut picture book, Brydie Wright draws on the quirks of her own domestic life to relate a funny tale about family behaviour. Everyone knows someone who spends too long on the loo and with the combination of an early reader’s fascination with poo, and an adult’s appreciation of satire, Brydie’s aim is to entertain little readers and the big people who read to them.

(Brydie Wright, January 2017)

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Terry and the Number Fairy by Erika M. Szabo

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Terry and the Number Fairy  by Erika M. Szabo.

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Terry is struggling to learn numbers. Pansy, Terry’s dog, and Pansy’s best friend, Oliver, the hedgehog, want to help but they don’t know how. When Terry wakes up in the morning, she tells her mother that the fairy showed her the numbers in her dream. Her mother doesn’t believe her, but her grandmother says with a playful smile on her face, “Maybe there is a Number Fairy, sweet pea… Maybe there is.”
From the proceeds the author donates paperback books to non-profit book charities for children.

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“Terry is not playing with her friends,” Pansy said to her best friend, Oliver, the hedgehog. “She’s sad because numbers are hard to remember.”

“Yes, numbers are hard,” Oliver agreed. When Terry fell asleep, Mary, the Number Fairy, flew through the open window. With a swish of her wand, the fairy conjured up a dream bubble and showed the numbers to Terry in her dream.

(Erika M. Szabo, November 2016)

 

 

 

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