Kids – Take a trip around the globe, and discover the fun and exciting adventures that await you!
Finish drawing the Eiffel Tower. What did the Romans leave behind in Paris? Can you find your way out of the Montmartre maze? Help Louis XIV put his day back in order. And so much more.
28 pages of games, educational puzzles and fun, for children 6 to 12 years. Brightly illustrated pages brimming with activities to explore culture and customs, some history, sites of interest, food, language, and much more. As a bonus, crack a secret code to print the seal and stick it on to your very own Globetrotter Certificate!
Other cities available too: New York, Bangkok, Tokyo, Quebec & Montreal
About the Author
The graphic signature of My Globetrotter Book was developed by Angel Gyaurov, based in Bulgaria. The author and her graphic designer have formed a team on numerous projects over the years and have jointly produced numerous reports published on behalf of their various international clients. My Globetrotter Book is published by Maria Wojciechowska.
Marisha is a Canadian, and has lived in Montreal, Toronto, New York, Paris, Tokyo and Bangkok. She has authored and edited numerous knowledge products for the United Nations and not-for-profits on issues of water, sustainable development and the environment. She has published several coffee-table books in partnership with Magnum Photos, Jean-Michel Cousteau and others.
Together with her family, she has traveled all over the world, and knows how a child looks at the world! She is passionate about making the world a wondrous place for our children.
Marisha Wojciechowska is a Canadian national residing in Bangkok part of the year, with over twenty years of experience in water resources policy, with extensive international experience, and a broad client-base of multilateral agencies and civil society institutions. She is the author and publisher of the upcoming My Globetrotter Book series: travel activity books for children (Tokyo, New York City, Bangkok, Paris, etc.).
Table of Contents
Where in the World is Paris?
Paris in numbers
The Louvre: a plaace or a museum?
A chapel fit for a King
Paris, then and now
Who's Who in Paris?
Style and elegance
Jardin du Luxembourg
Parlez-vous français? Do you speak French?
Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe
Don't loose your way!
Palace of Versailles
Crack the code