This summer, visit real places, associated with myths and legends!
See if you can spot ghosts of two young princes in Tower of London, or find a golden Kannon in Tokyo, King Arthur’s birthplace in Tintangel Castle, ancient Greek city founded by Perseus. and explore Jewish quarter in Prague where Rabbi Loew breathed life into a clay giant.
Children’s books transport us to the poetry of snow, mythical journeys in winter landscapes, true stories of Antarctica, the beauty and wildlife of winter woods, joy and imagination of a city changed by snow overnight.
Dublin is a modern city, situated the site of a Viking settlement. Long before the Vikings, more than 2,000 years ago, Celts came to Ireland, bringing artistic traditions that continue to this day. Visiting Dublin with kids, set out to discover Vikings and Celtic treasures.
Summer is here, when school is just a memory, and it’s time for kids to explore islands – reading new and favorite children’s books. Sun and water, warm breezes, cool fogs, staying up late on long summer days, secret huts in the forest, imaginary pirates, picking huckleberries, shimmering moonlight on the water, going to sleep listening to the waves. And it’s your very own island.
Already we’re thinking about summer, and exploring national parks. Here’s national parks update, tips for safely visiting, free entrance days, campground reservations, check for weather conditions, children’s books, and more.