Book Review: Little Cities: Chicago

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 Chicago – the bean, tall buildings, and more!  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

Welcome little ones to the Windy City with this handy guide to Chicago, covering highlights from food to famous landmarks.

This board book is ideal for kids visiting Chicago, or city natives who want to learn a bit more about their hometown. Discover famous landmarks like the Bean, Willis Tower, and the Adler Planetarium, the oldest planetarium in the world. Colorful photography and fun illustrations will catch the attention of young readers, while fascinating facts help to engage interest in their surroundings. This board book encourages children to explore the culture of the city through highlighting incredible kid-friendly things to see and do. How about visiting Sue, the largest Tyrannosaurus Rex fossil ever discovered, at the Field Museum of Natural History, for example? Fun activities will keep children entertained.

This board book is the perfect children’s introduction to the unique attractions of Chicago.

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