Are We Almost There? Chicago: Where to Go and What to Do with the Kids Travel United States States Illinois Globe Pequot GPP Travel First editionOct 26
The Essential Guide to Family Fun in the Second City
Chicagohistory, architecture, culture, sports. A great place to spend a day, a weekend, or more. But where to take the kids? Are We Almost There? Chicago shows you where. Be a local in the know with this easy-to-use, highly portable little guide, which has all the latest
information on where to keep the kids entertained without ever getting bored yourself.
Look inside to find:
A PopOut map covering the central city
Popular attractions, such as the Adler Planetarium, the Chicago Childrens Museum, the Field Museum, and Navy Pier
Family-friendly places to stay and kid-friendly restaurants
A calendar of events your little ones will love
This easy-to-use, highly portable little guide, which has all the latest information on where to keep the kids entertained without ever getting bored yourself.Are We Almost There? Chicago: Where to Go and What to Do with the Kids
Larry Gets Lost in Chicago
Praise and Awards for Larry Gets Lost in Seattle: • Selected as a Washington Reads book for Spring 2008 • Nominee for the 2009 Washington Children’s Choice award “The adventures of the boy and the dog (and their eventual reunion) form a perfect
This time everyone’s favorite wandering pooch blows through the Windy City with his owner Pete and Pete’s family. After exploring the Magnificent Mile and scarfing down hot dogs at Navy Pier, the family boards a train at the railway station, losing sight of Larry when the hungr pup pursues a tasty snack… oh no! Will they ever be reunited? While Larry and his family set out to find each other, learn about Chicago’s landmarks and cultural attractions including the Art Institute, Wrigley Field, Lake Michigan, Lincoln Park Zoo, and the Willis Tower . Filled with bright colors and retro illustrations, this book will enchant young readers as they explore another bustling metropolitan center with the precocious little Larry.