Book Review: Little Cities: Austin

I absolutely loved these “Little Cities” books, that are geared towards kids and teaching them about some of the landmarks in the city.  I read 3, all of which were cities I had visited and most of the locations listed I had checked out myself, so it was cool to revisit it again in a way, since travel is becoming but a memory.

This book features Austin – the state capitol, the bat bridge, etc.  A fun way to introduce your child to new cities.

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review, I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

Take little ones on a tour of Austin, Texas with this brilliant board book exploring the best bits of the city, whether they be buildings or wildlife.

Young children will love exploring the city with this handy guide book, full of bright and colorful photographs of Austin’s landmarks. Fun illustrations feature on every page, and simple, age-appropriate text is ideal for reading aloud.

Explore the many attractions of the state capital of Texas – visit the Capitol building, pedal around Lady Bird Lake, and take in the rich musical tradition of this wonderful city. This board book highlights child-friendly attractions and features fun activities for kids to do. Help kids get the most out of their vacation, or learn more about their city, with this vibrant little board book.

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