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Monday, August 27, 2012

Cooper's Pack Travel Guide to Seattle {Review}

I love the idea of having travel books just for kids. it's a great way for them to learn about places and attractions as well as motivate them to explore. I received a copy of "Cooper's Pack Travel Guide to Seattle." The book covers points of interest such as Pike Place Market, Space Needle, and Wall of Gum. We do take road trips to Seattle occasionally since we are pretty close to the border. It's been a while since we traveled there. Now that little Brandon is older and understand what is happening around, he's more excited about trips.

I showed him the travel book and it was the colorful images and animal characters (Cooper the dog and Elliot the Otter) that got him interested. Now he wants to bring along his favorite stuffed animal friend whenever we go on our travels. The book also describes the "Ride the Ducks" tour, which we have yet to try sometime.

The book includes an interactive education and activity section plus look for hidden secrets or "buried bones" throughout the book. Activities include Seattle Aviation,
Weather, Fun Facts, Maps, and Cooper’s photos. Perfect for 4-11 year olds, gifting, education, and anyone who loves traveling, stuffed or otherwise.

Follow Cooper as he explores Seattle, the Emerald City, with his friend Elliott the Otter. From Pike Place Market to the Space Needle, and all points in between, Cooper and Elliott share stories and sights on their adventure throughout Seattle. Learn about Seattle’s wall of gum along with why the Experience Music Project is a must visit, along with the Ride the Ducks tour.

In addition, Cooper answers the question: Does it really rain that much in Seattle?

Remember, traveling stuffed animals have more fun!

Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of the book the PR firm or Publisher for review purposes only. Any expressed opinions are my own and personal thoughts. No other compensation was given.

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