This book contained several iconic Australian landmarks as well as terminology commonly used in Australia. It was a cute, brief introduction to the country of Australia for children. It would be a great starting place for a beginning researcher, writing a report on a country. I look forward to more in the series.
I am really amazed with the illustrations and no doubt it was fun reading the book. Knowing a country with fun and facts is quite great.
-Snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef is adventurous
-There one have to Climb all 1,332 steps to the top of Sydney Harbor Bridge
-Get up close and personal with koalas, wombats, camels and kangaroos can be a wild moment while in Australia.
I would love to read more if there was any more on the subject. Hopefully, in the next mission we'll get to know another country with lot more exploration and travelling experiences.
I really wanted Erica to continue the Journey with many more countries to let people have an extra fun.
Thank you NetGalley and Big World Publishing for accepting my request to read and review Travel Rangers: Mission to Australia.
Author: Erika Bud
Genre: Children's Nonfiction -- Parenting & Families -- Travel
"I hope you always stay curious about other countries and welcoming to other cultures and perspectives." I wish my folks had the same hope for me as the author does.
The illustrations are nice and work well with the story.
This is an adorable not overwhelming book on visiting Australia. The author briefly touches on subtle but impactful differences in Australia versus the Children's home country. Driving on the left side, camels, and fairy floss are mentioned and left open for deeper exploration.
I would absolutely gift this and use the cultures and perspectives for long-term gifting.
Psst: Cotton Candy (I'm still giggling.)