Cree and Scooter Hit The Slopes In British Columbia is the first book of a global series by Tammy Sutton-Brown. Cree and Scooter teaches young children about about other places and cultures around the world.
Cree is a 7 year old little girl who is given a toy chameleon, named Scooter, by her brother. Cree soon finds out that Scooter is a very special chameleon. Scooter comes to life in Cree's dreams and they travel, learn and have fun-filled adventures.
In this first book, Cree and Scooter travel to British Columbia. They have a fun adventure while learning about Canada's places and people. While learning to ski, they even learn some words in French and so much more.
Cree and Scooter lets your kids use their imagination and they enjoy learning about the world. My daughter, Rachel loves reading the story and likes the colorful pictures. At the end of the story, there are bonus activity pages.
We are leaving for vacation in a couple of days and Rachel keeps telling me not to forget to pack her new Cree and Scooter book. She plans on doing the activities while we are traveling in the car. It will help keep her busy for our 1400 mile road trip. I love seeing her excited about reading and learning.
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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book to review but I was not financially compensated in any way. The opinions expressed are my own and are based on my observations while reading this book.