Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Review: If you were me and lived in...peru by Carole P. Roman

You’ll never guess what crazy dish the ancient Incan kings ate. But you can read all about it, and more, in If You Were Me and Lived in…Peru, the latest book in Carole P. Roman’s fun travel series for kids.

An exciting introduction to world cultures written for young readers ages three through eight, this new expedition takes kids to South America and gives them a colorful glimpse into what living in Peru is like. Highlighting a myriad of topics, including language, cuisine, climate, and history, this book teaches kids about diversity while also revealing to them the important truth that we are all connected.

Parents, grandparents, and teachers alike will love opening their children’s eyes to the world around them in a fun and easy way—and they’ll be happily surprised when they end up learning a few things themselves. Fair warning, parents: your kids will want to start celebrating a new February holiday after reading this book. But don’t worry. You can always tell them you’re making a certain special, royal Incan dish for dinner.

We received this book to give an honest review.

I love these books. You get to learn about new places around the world and have fun pronouncing some of the words.
With Peru we learned that they liked to eat Guinea Pigs back when Kings were around.  EWWWW for us we think it is gross but to them it is was delicious. Glad we didn't live back with the Inca's. 
This is a series of books that I highly recommend elementary schools carry. It is amazing to learn what goes on in other countries, and it is easy to understand.
K loves where we get to know what other places call their schools. 

If you need help with pronouncing some of the words then at the ending of not only this book but all of them in this series you have a guide to help you out. 

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