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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Little Miss History Travels to Sequoia National Park by Barbara Ann Mojica is an informative and interesting travel adventure story which will take readers along with Little Miss History to the Sequoia National Park. The book will show us the beauty of the Sequoia National Park and tell readers more about sequoia trees and how to differentiate between a redwood tree and a sequoia tree. Interesting facts are laid out in a manner that is understandable for kids and it is a great educational trip for young readers. Miss History's travel is highly exciting and she teaches children so many interesting facts through this story.
The book is educational and reads in a catchy way. The illustrations give movement and life to the book and explain the concept and educational value of the place clearly to children. It is an excellent reference book for children to know more about National Parks and sequoia trees. The book is highly useful for teachers, parents, and educators to use in classrooms and homes.
The author has covered diverse topics associated with the Sequoia National Park - the history that dates back to the Native Americans, trees, the Gold Rush, the different species of wild animals found there, air pollution, and the creation of the National Park. The book makes history lessons interesting for students and makes them more curious to learn about history and National Parks. It is indeed a delightful trip for any reader!