The definitive, illustrated children’s travel book on China, as it exposes them to all of the cultural treasures that have made China a destination of choice for travelers of all ages.
Inspire children to fall in love with the world they live in with Tiny Travelers!
“A+ educational content….Wonderful… to share with young kids — to broaden their horizons and discover new places of interest!” — Common Sense Media
The Tiny Travelers “Treasure Quest” Series takes its readers on a fun-filled journey to discover what makes each country special with search-and-find features on every spread.
In Tiny Travelers China Treasure Quest, readers journey from the Forbidden City to the Wuling mountains. From the cosmopolitan city of Shanghai, to the ancient Great Wall of China, Tiny Travelers will enjoy getting closer to Chinese culture while learning about what makes this country so captivating.
Each illustrated spread invites children to discover hidden “treasures” – icons, animals, statues, instruments and more – that make up the rich cultural heritage of China.
“Most kids today are told that it’s a small world, when in fact it’s a really big world,” says Encantos CEO and Tiny Travelers creator and author Steven Wolfe Pereira. “And because the world is so big, there are many countries, cities, and cultures that have yet to be discovered and explored by kids. We created Tiny Travelers to foster curiosity, empathy, and understanding by learning what makes people and places so special.”
“Purpose is at the core of the Tiny Travelers launch… The goal is to expose kids to the vastness and diversity of the world beyond their backyards, engendering empathy for different cultures, geographies and languages at a time when people all over the world are more connected than ever via digital platforms.”- Forbes
“The books are full of fun facts, hidden “easter eggs” , and rhyme-based storytelling. They’re infused with keywords from the featured country’s language, helping teach kids correct pronunciation and useful phrases for travel.” – Parentology