Rome With Kids
Going on a family vacation to Rome? Make sure your kids get the most out of the trip with the Kids' Travel Guide - Rome. Together with Leonardo, their very own tour guide, your kids will have so much fun discovering Rome-its history and geography, the Italian culture and language-and exploring Rome's best sites for children. Leonardo makes it interesting with "juicy information," challenging quizzes, things to do in rome, special tasks, and colorful activities.
While the ancient Romans continue to be regarded as highly civilized, there are aspects of ancient Roman life, including the foods that they ate (dormice were a delicacy) and their leisure activities (such as the notorious gladiatorial fights to the death), that seem strange and repellent to us today. This high-interest history book makes use of kids' fascination with the disgusting to appeal to young readers who might not be as interested in a more straightforward history title.
Visiting Rome with your kids? This fun filled activity book and journal is a great way for kids to plan and record their own travel adventures and make a treasured memory book for their trip to Rome in Italy. Cool Rome specific crossword, word searc
Travel into the past with this fascinating series. Each masterfully illustrated book opens up a different world, from ancient civilizations to life among the pirates. Kids can play games, create pyramids, and hold lifelike ancient obects in their hands.
Rome 2015 Camp Recipes For Kids: One of the best things about going camping is cooking and sharing a meal with family and friendsCamp Recipes For Kids by Richard O'Russa serves as an easy introduction for kids to participate and help out with the mealsWritten in a simple, casual manner, kids will have no problem understanding the recipes as they impress the parents with their newfound cooking skillsRecipes are made to be not only simple to prepare, but safe as wellSome of the recipes include Baloney Maloney, Snake Dough, Yum-Yum-Mix and Pita Pizza
Every hundred years, four kids from four cities must save the world. Rome, December 29.A mix-up with their reservations forces Harvey from New York, Mistral from Paris, and Sheng from Shanghai to share a room with the hotel owner's daughter, Elettra. The four kids discover an amazing coincidence-they all have birthdays on February 29, Leap Day. That night, a strange man gives them a briefcase and asks them to take care of it until he returns.
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"Food Wine Rome "is a tightly focused guidebook and traveler's companion to the culinary delights of Rome. For each neighborhood, listings are in three categories: 1) dining: restaurants," trattorie," "osterie"; 2) gourmet shopping: bakeries, markets, salami makers, cheesemongers, and more; 3) wine: shops and wine bars. A dozen or more sidebars add entertaining and informative bits of city lore, culture, customs, quotes, and anecdotes to bring alive the city's historic culinary richness: the Roman love affair with artichokes; the watermelon festival held for years on August 24, when giant, ripe watermelons would be released into the river upstream and Roman kids would dive into the river to grab them; Lucullus' Kitchen Garden; the Cacio e Pepe Family of Pastas; the cult of the strawberries of Nemi (one of whose devotees was Caligula); Papal cuisine; the Renaissance of Rome's wines; Holy Water and the Aqueducts; Spring Fever (lamb, favas, artichokes, zucchini flowers); and dozens more.