Book Review: Little Cities: Boston

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 Boston – Fenwway, Make Way for Ducklings, Boston Commons, 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

Little ones will love exploring the best of Boston’s atttractions, and learning more about its history, with the help of this handy travel guide.

This colorful board book is the ideal introduction to the city on a hill for young children, featuring bright photography of famous Boston landmarks as well as fun illustrations. Simple, age-appropriate text provides fascinating facts about the city and its many attractions. For instance, did you know that Boston is home to the oldest public park in the USA, established in 1634? Kids will love visiting the historic Fenway Park, playing in Boston Common, and learning about the history of the US on the incredible Freedom Trail.

This board book highlights child-friendly attractions and features fun activities for kids to do, whether they’re on vacation or want to learn more about their city.

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