Travel Bug Goes to Europe: Italy • Paris • Iceland (A Fun World Travel Guide for Kids) by Bobby BasilTeach your child about Italy, Paris, and Iceland with Travel Bug!
Travel Bug loves to explore the world and wants you to come along! He’s like Peppa Pig—excited about the world and everything in it!
In this book, Travel Bug explores Europe and teaches you about the exciting culture, history, and food of three very different places. From Italys delicious food to Icelands volcanoes, Travel Bug explains everything in a child friendly way. And kids feel part of the adventure with Travel Bug talking directly to them.
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***Perfect for Preschoolers 3-5 years old!***
This book includes:
--Travel Bug Goes to Italy
--Travel Bug Goes to Paris
--Travel Bug Goes to Iceland
--Bright and colorful pictures kids will love
--Fun facts about Europe
--Easy to read words for kids
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