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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Travel with Number 7: China: The Adventures of the Numbers by Ronit Gizel Shaltiel is a fun, informative, and educational book that will help children enjoy math. Numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 , 5, 6, and 7 were traveling together and when they reached Beijing in China, Number 7 decided to stay and explore more of the country. The first place he went was the Forbidden City and he went to the palace where the Chinese emperors lived. From there he took the subway to go to the Temple of Heaven, which is one of the most famous sites in Beijing. One of the monkeys there advised him to visit Hebei if he wanted to learn more about the country. Number 7 visited all the important places in China and he was happy to be back with his friends.
The book is an adventure with numbers, and is a good way to help children learn counting. The book also takes readers to the places of interest in China and reading the books in this series will encourage youngsters to travel and explore new places. The illustrations are lively and they make the concepts vivid and clear to readers. The author blends math and social studies together in a charming way, introducing children to math and China without making it boring. It is a good book for bedtime storytelling and classroom read aloud sessions where children can learn counting and learning about the important places in China at the same time. Books like this are good for children to make learning enjoyable.