Nayu’s Reading Corner
“It’s amazing how much of a feel for each state I got from reading these books. I especially love the part at the back which has facts about each state … I hope more states are explored, although there are a lot so I doubt all could be covered. I’d love Alaska to be the next book!”
“The Kids’ Year series is a wonderful collaboration with illustrator Tina Snerling teaching children about how other children live in different cities all over the world.” – Click here to read the full review.
Parents In Touch
“From the plains and canyons of the Panhandle to the beaches and wetlands of the Gulf Coast, vibrant cities and friendly country towns, this is the Texan childhood, showing just what makes the state so special. An engaging book, with a very child-friendly approach.”
“This is a fun book, with lively full-colour illustrations, packed with information that will make the world seem small while at the same time making the world look delightfully various. This series would serve well in any classroom or family where there is an interest in exploring differences in cultures. Recommended for six to ten year olds.”
Kids Book Review
“The Kids’ Year series is a wonderful collaboration with illustrator Tina Snerling teaching children about how other children live in different cities all over the world.”
“Beautiful and collectible, this one will sit perfectly beside the others of the series.”
The Mummy Project
“From the Big Apple to the Lone Star State, these two books will make you and your family want to jump on a plane and visit America!”
“A Texas Year and A New York Year feature ethnically and culturally diverse characters and diverse experiences” – Click here to read.
Creative Kids Tales
“As the book progresses through each month we learn about important days, school life, activities, the climate and the food Texans eat. Each double page spread of the book covers a month and the simple headings for each month are decorated to give a clue of the importance of the month or the season it falls in. The final double page spread of the book gives a wealth of information about the State of Texas for a child. There is a simple map and some information about the geography of the area.”
Kids Book Buzz
“I thought this book had some interesting things to share (like what “Texas” means), and I learned a few new things about my home state. This book would be good choice for kids would want to learn more about special events that happen in parts of Texas.”