“Where Is Robin” by Robin Barone

*I received this book free of charge in exchange for a written, honest review. *This product review is 100% my own. There are many more sites Robin saw and things she learned as she traveled the U.S. You are here: Home / Book Reviews / “Where Is Robin” by Robin Barone“Where Is Robin” by Robin BaroneMay 6, 2017 by Annette Anderson Leave a Comment PR Sample “Where Is Robin” is a wonderful book for children, written by Robin Barone & illustrated by Robyn Mitchell. But, in the end she flew home to her mom and said she had such a great time that she was now planning to travel the world. In this darling and very educational book, little Robin bird tells her mom that she wants to see the world, but she will never forget home. I loved the bright, educational book for several reasons. *Thanks to Diplomat Books for allowing me to review this book. *I was not monetarily compensated for this review. Next Robin visits sites such as: Washington D.C., The Outer Banks, Nashville, Texas, Los Angeles, Colorado, New Orleans, The Florida Keys, New York and many more exciting places all across the U.S During these visits she also mentions what these places are known for landmarks such as: the Presidents home, the Declaration of Independence, the Lone Star State, where the Wright Brothers flew the first airplane, about Abraham Lincoln ending the Civil War and freeing the slaves, Detroit’s Motor City-Model T Cars and Motown, New York and the Statue of Liberty and she even rode a subway. I read it to my 5 year old and he kept saying he wanted to go there and go there. I teach home school and this book fit perfectly in with my 3rd grader. I love how Robin journey’s all across the US to some of the most important towns and sites for anyone to see. All throughout this book the story is told in rhyming words which is fun to read. I would recommend this book to anyone of all ages and what a great book for kids when you are traveling. It was a fun way to learn about some of the most important facts of our country and where they took place. This hardback book is 52 pages and was honored by Mom’s Choice Awards. I loved the book myself and the pictures are bright and clear. If not, it is still a wonderful book for any child. This book is a Diplomat Book and you can purchase it on Amazon.com. She begins her story in Philadelphia and tells of the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and the city of brotherly love. If you teach home school I really recommend you add this book to your lesson plans.