Wednesday, December 5, 2012

"Dog Trots Globe" Book Review and GIVEAWAY!

I am not happy with Sheron Long, author of "Dog Trots Globe: To Paris and Provence".

Do you want to know why?

Well, she has re-sparked my interest in travel like crazy. She has written a "children's" book that I am in love with because it features the most amazing photos of France! Does anyone else have that dream to go to Europe someday? Maybe part of my desire to go has to do with the fact that I was born in Germany. Europe is in my blood, and I feel like I am in France when I read this book to my kids.

From the publisher's website:
"Dog Trots Globe" follows the adventures of a Sheltie in France and provides a dog's-eye view of her travels to Paris and Provence. Includes over 150 color photographs, 4 videos, and a host of online extras.

Chula the dog has many adventures in this book as he travels from California to France, and in the process taught my kids many things about geography, art, history, foreign language, travel, culture and more! Chula also has a great sense of humor,  like when he just gets off the airplane and is looking for a place to go to the bathroom.

This book is available in three formats: hardcover, ebook and interactive ebook. With the interactive ebook there are amazing videos you can watch that bring the book to life as you read the book! With the other two versions, you STILL have access to these great features; you just have to head online to get to them. Just click on a certain picture and you can watch a video of Chula hanging out in Paris! I also love that you can follow Chula on Facebook!

There is even an afterword called "How to Take Your Pup to France."

I recommend this as a great gift for the dog lover, travel lover or child in your life!

Sound like fun? You can buy it here! 

In the meantime, you can try to WIN IT HERE!

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