Simone Visits the Museum (Paperback)
Simone Visits the Museum is an award-winning and beautifully illustrated children's book.
Join Simone and her mom as they explore Washington DC and even go to the Smithsonian NMAAHC for a quick visit
A lovely children's book about Simone, an inquisitive and vibrant African-American girl, and the day she spends with her mother. With beautiful illustrations, it's the perfect book for bilingual children since they can also buy the Spanish edition and practice their Spanish. Perfect for children as young as three to ten years of age.
Simone always wants to go, get out, and explore It's Saturday, and she is about to get her wish. Simone and her mother go about town doing different things, but the highlight of their day is when they go to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.
While at the museum, Simone misplaces something she values, making it a great opportunity for her to learn about responsibility, paying attention to surroundings, and the importance of family. She also learns how easy it is to visit a museum on any given day, even if for a few minutes
Charming and genuine, Simone Visits the Museum showcases the joy of visiting a museum, portrays the excitement of city living, celebrates the bond between mothers and daughters, and teaches basic museum etiquette and vocabulary.
It's a gorgeously illustrated picture book about family, love, and pride.
A wonderful book for a bedtime story that the whole family can share.
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A 2019 International Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society (AAHGS) Best Children's Book Award winner
And, check out Simone Joins the Soccer Team where Simone learns to listen to her heart and to make the decision that is right for her.