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Let's join Mr. Waldorf, the adventurous canine, on his new adventure, Mr. Waldorf Travels to the Great State of Texas by Barbara Terry, and explore Texas with him. Mr. Waldorf headed towards the city and when he reached the giant sign, he realized his reading spectacles were missing. He could not remember where he left them last. He loved reading and had to find them to read the next book. Let us see if we can help him. Mr. Waldorf had met lots of new friends in Dallas; he also met a team of friendly football players in a giant stadium where they taught him how to throw a football. He asked the cowboys in Fort Worth if they had seen his reading spectacles and in Austin, he asked the same question of Mr. Armadillo. They had not seen his glasses. Let us see the places he visited while going in search of his reading glasses.
Mr. Waldorf Travels to the Great State of Texas is exciting and adventurous and is the best way to introduce young readers to the sights and sounds of new places. Mr. Waldorf's adventures in Texas will also encourage children to travel to new destinations. The illustrations are wonderfully colorful and bright, give a good pace and movement to the story, and breathe life into the characters. This makes the story tangible for readers. Tutors and parents can use the entire travel series of Mr. Waldorf to give children new adventures and excitement as they travel with Mr. Waldorf to different lands and experience the cultures and the places of interest there.