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Amy's Travels (2 Winners)


Hi neighbors!

Here is a great little book to help teach some geography to your child/children.  It is called Amy's Travels by Creative Minds Publications.   The book tells about Amy, who was born in Peru.  By the time she is 12 she has traveled quite extensively and visited several continents.    




Amy's Travels was written by Kathryn Starke, a second grade teacher.  She has a BS degree in Elementary Education and a Master's Degree in Literacy and Culture.

About Kathryn Starke:
 I am an elementary school literacy specialist, children's author, and the founder/CEO of Creative Minds Publications and Consulting. Our global educational company exemplifies quality literacy instruction for all children. We create and publish engaging, educational literature all written by teachers complete with curriculum guides. In addition, we offer consulting for schools and organizations through literacy nights, trainings, and presentations.
 I have a BS degree in elementary education and a Master's degree in literacy and Culture. My first children's book, Amy's Travels, has been released in its second edition and is used in schools and homes on six continents. I am a keynote speaker and freelance educational writer.

This paperback picture book is full of colorful pictures to illustrate what you are reading about.  There is also a learning section in the back with suggestions for Kindergarten to fifth grade.  You can find the book at Creative Minds Publications.  The purchase price is $14.  There is a PDF download for further help with studies available on the site.

2 neighbors will each receive a copy of Amy's Travels.

Disclaimer:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a copy of Amy's Travels for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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Comments

debijackson said…
yes I went to Europe and visited Russia debbie jackson
djackson1958 at hotmail dot com
andrea v said…
I have never been but would like to see Ireland
Unknown said…
I'd love to go to Europe. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net
Debby said…
I've never visited another continent, but would love to visit Europe!
Miranda said…
I've been to Europe
Unknown said…
I'm from the Philippines and have visited Hong Kong, China and Kuala Lumpur so I can say I've been to Asia :)
Coolestmommy said…
I've been to Europe (France). It was amazing. I'd love to visit the Holy Land, it's on my bucket list.
phxbne said…
Been to all except Antarctica!
Kristen said…
I"d like to visit Italy.

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