Book Review: My Hometown

My Hometown is a picture book, it doesn’t have many words, yet it manages to tell the story of the hometown of the main character – which you may find similar to your own, depending on where you live. Beautifully illustrated and a great book for kids.

I received a free e-copy of this book in exchange for this review.

About the Book
Every town has a story. Experience small-town life and American history with this nearly wordless picture book. A magical newspaper takes a young boy on a journey through the history of a beloved hometown, from the 1860s to present day. Striking illustrations celebrate main-street Americana as the boy discovers the past and its importance.
For ages 6-8.
*Nostalgia for adults, and a history lesson for children*Wordless picture book format supports and encourages storytelling and writing in young readers*For much of the book, the background of the art features the evolving main street of the town, allowing readers to observe changes to architecture and culture through history

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