Join Sibling Chihuahuas Bella And Harry As They Travel To Cairo With Their Family And Learn About The Valley Of The Kings, The Pyramids Of Giza, King Tut And Other Captivating Landmarks Along The Way, Local Cuisine Is Sampled And Basic Arabic As Well As Hieroglyphics Is Introduced To The Curious Reader The Adventures Of Bella Harry Is A Picture Book Series That Chronicles The Escapades Of A Pup Named Bella, Her Little Brother Harry And Their Family, Who Travel The World Exploring The Sights And Sounds Of New, Exciting Cities The Bella Harry Series Is Intended To Be An Informative, Interactive And Exciting Way To Introduce Children To Travel, Different Countries, Customs, History And Landmarks With The Educational Value Of This Book Cleverly Disguised Amidst Dozens Of Illustrated Pages Which Are Sure To Win The Hearts Of Young Readers. This is a cute story about Egypt filled with lots of facts disguised as vacation highlights Amelia I enjoyed writing our names in hieroglyphics using the chart that the end of the book..NOTE This is not on the BYL1 curriculum I m waiting for a different hieroglyphics
I discovered this book in a bookstore in Bucharest while shopping for books for our girls There were several books of a series featuring this pair of Chihuahuas and I perused them all What I liked was the colorful illustrations and the exciting adventure of exploring a new culture and city What frustrated me was the seemingly random selection of what to present I know that small children have a limited attention span and cannot be expected to learn all aspects of a culture in one story And I discovered this book in a bookstore in Bucharest while shopping for books for our girls There were several books of a series featuring this pair of Chihuahuas and I perused them all What I liked was the colorful illustrations and the exciting adventure of exploring a new culture and city What frustrated me was the seemingly ra
Bella and Harry are off to Egypt where they explore ancient culture I would have lovedlanguage in this book like they did in the Barcelona book, but being able to spell my name with hieroglyphics at the end of the story made up for it somewhat The boats were really cool, as
non fiction disguised as a story eh I do like travel books though don t like the pictures. Great informative text for younger children The main characters are super cute and the illustrations pair very well with the information being provided Overall great story line. Great pictures Informative, but not a history lesson Best in the series Fun way for young readers to learn about Egypt. Pictures are great Text is informative Very enjoyable My daughter continues to ask forof this series As a parent, it is great she is reading, having fun and learning in her free time.
- 36 pages
- Lets Visit Cairo!
- Lisa Manzione
- 20 July 2018 Lisa Manzione