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So all you Home Schooling Mothers I am back again reviewing two more countries from Carole P. Roman’s “If you were me and lived in Greece”~!  These extremely informative books takes young readers on a worldwide voyage to different countries to learn their cultures.  It’s never too early for children to learn the ways of the world, and the people around them.  They get knowledge of what their life would be like if they lived in a foreign country such as Greece this time, and being introduced to the birthplace of democracy.  These books talk about subject that interest them such as their food, names of the boys and girls, activities that children their age do.
This visit introduces to children the important concept of democracy to children and highlights some of the other cultural contributions that Greece has made to the Western civilization.  This information is introduced in a playful way that won’t overwhelm the children either.
As you can see we another book as well and in Peru you’ll never guess the 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”, which is the latest book in Carole P. Roman’s fun travel series for kids.  What’s that you say?  You would like to have them for your children?  Well all you have to do is enter below in our rafflecopter.  For purchases of course:  www.caroleproman.com
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And don’t miss the next give away of Carole P. Roman’s “Captain No Beard and the Aurora Borealis”!

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Disclaimer:  Opinion in this Post is 100% my own and no monetary compensation was given.  I received a product sample in order to facilitate my honest review.

  One Response to “If you were me & lived in Greece & Peru Give-Away 12.31”

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    I gave you Klout on music today. I can hardly wait for the next Capt NoBeard Giveaway. My son really loves his books.

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