Kids Book Review: Hello, Washington, D.C.

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Hello, Washington, D.C.!
Sterling Publishing
Age 0-3, 3-5
20 pages (Board Book)
words by Candice Ransom and illustrated by David Walker

Synopsis from Sterling Publishing:


Calling all patriotic kids! America’s capital beckons, offering the White House and a black bear at the National Zoo; soft cherry blossoms and a “hard” spider sculpture at the National Gallery; as well as the big Lincoln Memorial and a small thrush-the DC city bird.


Whether you live in Washington, D.C. or are planning to visit, Hello, Washington, D.C. is a great way to celebrate the sites of the city. We follow a little girl has she greets a Big Man (Lincoln Memorial), Soft Flowers (Cherry Blossoms along the Tidal Basin) and other sites the city is known for. Hello, Washington, D.C. is also great way to show kids sites they might see if you’re planning a trip to the city.

You can add Hello, Washington, D.C. to your personal library by visiting your local book store or visiting Sterling Publishing. Visit our Kid’s Books section for other great book recommendations. What are you reading with your kids?

I have to thank Sterling Publishing for my review copy.


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