Paris Goes to San Francisco

Recently I was introduced to the My Friend Paris series.  These adorable books are filled with brilliant and bold colors while appropriate for all ages.  Out of the series, I read Paris Goes to San Francisco, written by Liberty Morris and I really found this particular book pretty informative.  While Paris is searching for a special gift, she goes through San Francisco explaining all of her favorite places in the town and why they are important and interesting to her. 

At 7 and 9, even my boys enjoyed this book!  My oldest Jeramiah was excited because Paris tells how her great grandpa helped build the Golden Gate Bridge just like their papa! We are planning a trip to California within the next year and Paris Goes to San Francisco made the boys even more excited to go!

“Paris Goes to San Francisco”, will also make an appropriate gift for Miss Aly who just turned 2 this month.  Jeramiah is already excited and ready to read it to her and what a great opportunity for them to bond.  

Story time is a favorite in our house so I was glad that I was able to enjoy this adorable book right along with my children.  I would absolutely recommend you pick this one up, and I as well will be checking out the rest of the series real soon.  

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