The Adventures of Bella and Harry

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The Adventures of Bella and Harry

Let's Visit Paris!

Bella and Harry are brother and sister Chihuahuas about to go on an exciting adventure - in Paris! The dogs' family takes them along on their trip and the two little furry siblings get to explore Paris from a dog's eye view. There's the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and the Arc de Triomphe. Along the way, the very French-savvy Bella explains to Harry that France has several famous artists and why the street the Avenue des Champs-Elysees is so famous. She also shares definitions of certain French words, debunks the myth of French fries and talks about other French foods.

The Adventures of Bella & Harry: Let's Visit Paris! By Lisa Mangione is an entertaining story of two little doggies' travels through Paris. Beautifully illustrated and educational in a way easy for kids to understand, this story was a cute and fun read. It actually talks about interesting things in Paris readers would want to know about and see illustrated in this book. Chihuahuas are my favorite breed of dog and it was hard to stop reading about how Bella and Harry made their way around such a busy city. They are two smart little dogs who act as guides around the "City of Lights." This first book in the series was a fun and educational read and I look forward to reading the other books of Bella and Harry's traveling adventures.

Book Blurb for The Adventures of Bella and Harry

The Adventures of Bella and Harry is a picture book series that chronicles the escapades of a pup named Bella, her little brother Harry and their family, who travel the world exploring the sights and sounds of new, exciting cities. Traveling the world with these two cute and cuddly Chihuahuas will allow the young reader to gain an appreciation of the world and its' cultural diversity. The "Bella and Harry" series is intended to be an informative, interactive and exciting way to introduce children to travel, different countries, customs, history and landmarks. The series was created to encourage exploration of locations both domestically and internationally. 

Night Owl Reviews Jun, 2011 5.00