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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Bon Voyage: Monsieur Jac & Lily Travel to Europe by Lily Amis is a heartwarming and fascinating story that revolves around the travels of Monsieur Jac Couture and little Lily. Being a war refugee, Lily does not have a passport as yet and cannot leave her country. But Jac, Lily's super smart friend, the tiny snail, comes up with an excellent idea that sees Jac and Lily deciding to travel and discover the beauty of Europe, its historic cities, and sharing with readers the essence of each place they have visited in Europe. They begin their trip in Italy and take readers to Austria, Hungary, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, and France, leaving them yearning to travel to Europe and also developing an interest in discovering new places.
The book is interesting and exciting and makes readers want to explore new places. The illustrations are cute and give an idea of what to see in these historical cities. It's a good bedtime storybook for parents and grandparents to read out to their kids and grandkids. The book can also be kept in school libraries as it makes good reference material and will instill a love for traveling among children. Readers also get to learn about the places of interest, the food, and the important landmarks in all the place they visit. The author also reiterates the presence of angels in her life and their protection, love, and care. The book is vibrant, charming, and filled with fun and excitement.