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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Mommy, Daddy, Amelie, and Hudson pack their bags and travel to Paris. They get into a big shiny airplane, take their seats, and are ready to take off. They land in Paris after flying across the Atlantic Ocean. Amelie and Hudson are hungry and Mommy and Daddy find a patisserie and order croissants for everyone. After breakfast, they take the Metro and go to see the Eiffel Tower. Mommy tells them that it was created by the same man who created The Statue of Liberty; Gustave Eiffel. From there they visit Notre-Dame Cathedral, and Amelie and Hudson have a good time feeding the pigeons in the front plaza. They also visit the Louvre Museum, the Montmartre area, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Champs-Elysees. Let us join Amelie, Hudson, Mommy, and Daddy as they discover the sights and sounds of Paris.
A Trip to Paris by Casey Williams takes young readers on a fascinating trip to experience Paris in the most exciting way. Kseniia Kudriavtsena brings the story and the sights alive to readers with some beautiful and enchanting illustrations that make Paris palpable. This kind of book encourages children to travel to new places and also read more about them. This beautiful book is a good choice to use for storytelling and read-aloud sessions at schools and homes. A Trip to Paris by Casey Williams is a good way to introduce children to the places of interest there in an entertaining way.