Another delightful read from Barbara Ann and Victor Ramon Mojica! Little Miss History Travels to Sequoia National Park is the third children’s book in the “Little Miss History” series. I must admit I am hooked on “Little Miss History” stories. Don’t even start me on the amazing artwork that charms readers from the first page. I’ve read the two first books (Little Miss History Travels to Mount Rushmore and Little Miss History Travels to the Statue of Liberty), and they are fantastic!
These books are fun to read, very educational, and full of useful information for any age. In addition, they are beautifully illustrated. While traveling with upbeat Little Miss History, young readers will learn about the history of American landmarks in a very creative manner. I promise you, your children will fly through these wonderful stories! These three books provide a great deal of knowledge and information on history while capturing young minds and imaginations.
Little Miss History Travels to Sequoia National Park is filled with facts about the history of Sequoia National Park, specifics about the people who contribute and help preserve this beautiful piece of land, and the sad reality about the current condition of this captivating landmark. The story reads smoothly and easily. It feels as if you are gliding through a thousand years of history. It also provides details about the sequoia and redwood trees, and teaches children to respect and preserve these majestic living beings.
There is no one who won’t be amazed by the beautiful artwork, created by Mr. Mojica. The illustrations are sweet, charming, and very believable. Reading this book, I felt as if I was flying in the sky, riding on a horse, and walking under the thousand-year-old trees, while observing the history of the Sequoia National Park.
A charismatic and very captivating children's book! It not only provides a history lesson in a very modern way, but it also teaches care of nature. I absolutely adore Little Miss History, with whom I’ve already developed a special bond. I cannot wait to see where she will take me next. The “Little Miss History” series is number 1 on my list when my grandsons will be old enough to read these books.
My recommendation to parents, grandparents, teachers, and librarians: chose these books! You have nothing to lose and so much to gain. They are fun to read, great for children, and full of historical facts and educational lessons. I read them just for extra knowledge! It is never too late to learn! Crafted by a very talented team, Mr. and Mrs. Mojica, these books have so much to offer. Give your child a gift—knowledge.