My Little Cities: San Francisco takes young children to the city by the bay. I love the stamping-style illustrations and a brief poem which leads your baby or toddler through a 22-page board book tour of San Francisco, highlight common landmarks, aspects, and activities. If you’re planning on traveling there, or are lucky enough to live there, this would be a fun way to remind your child of their experiences at Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown, or the Golden Gate bridge, which are some of my very favorite places I’ve ever visited.
My Little Cities: London is a fun, board-book-level tour of the Big Smoke. I like how it includes a brief poem and delightfully simple illustrations of landmarks, activities, and sights take you, and your child, around all the common things visitors do and see — London Bridge, double-decker buses, the Tower of London, and more. It’s a fun way to introduce, and remember, a visit to London.
The Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, sidewalk cafes, and Notre Dame are all stops included on this board-book tour of Paris. My Little Cities: Paris features a brief, descriptive poem and fun, simple illustrations of each landmark. It’s a great way for my kids to learn more about this amazing city.
I like to take my child on a tour of the Big Apple in My Little Cities: New York. Skyscrapers, bridges, museums, and subways are all included in this fun board book, perfect for very young tourists — or those lucky enough to live in NYC year-round. Simple, colorful illustrations strung together by a cute poem. Fun board book!