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Go on an Adventure with Paris

My middle child LOVES books. Every day throughout the week I always  hear her asking if it’s Thursday (that’s library day). I love that in here. It not only helps her educationally wise, but it also encourages her to use her imagination. Especially like the My Friend Paris books! I had a chance to review two different books out of the series. First one was My Twins’ First Christmas and the second one was Paris Goes to Lake Tahoe.

About the Book : My Twins’ First Christmas

In this next adventure for Paris and her twin sisters, she teaches them about all of the Holiday activities surrounding Christmas, as well as a little bit about Hanukkah and Kwanzaa.

About the Book : Paris Goes to Lake Tahoe

In this first travel related book, Paris and her sisters explore Lake Tahoe in the Winter as well as in the Summer. Their adventures include visiting South Shore, Truckee, ski lessons and of course, boating on the lake.

Both books have bright and colorful pictures. In my opinion having colorful pictures is what draws kids to books. Paris Goes to Lake Tahoe covered the different seasons and sports that happens in Tahoe. So not only was it fun for my daughter to read but it also had some educational factors in it. Which is a huge plus for this mom!! My Twins’ First Christmas is also educational. I goes over the different kinds of Christmas and how ever family celebrates Christmas differently. The thing I like most is that also teaches about giving when they donate the extra cookies to a charity.

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Purchase Paris

My Twins First Christmas : $12.95 Amazon 

Paris Goes to Lake Tahoe : $12.95 Amazon 

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