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About the Book
THE WORLDWIDE ADVENTURES OF ROHINI MOLINI: A Short Trip to Spain A story by Lea and Tim Original drawings by Nicola Ibbotson- Gue. Rohini and her pals are inspired to magically travel to Spain in order to find a way to stop Florence crying! On their travels they meet up with their good friend Carmen, dance the Flamenco and learn the difference between a siesta and a fiesta!
About the Authors
Lea and Tim have both enjoyed successful careers in the advertising and marketing sector and became friends after working together on a number of projects. Their desire to continue this partnership led them to collaborate on the development of the Rohini Molini character and stories.
Their motivation stems from a desire to encourage young children to become more aware of the world we live in and to give something back to those children who are less fortunate; for every book sold, Lea & Tim will contribute a percentage of their income to the Rohini Molini Charitable Fund, which in turn will make donations to reputable children’s’ charities around the world.
My Take on the Book
This is one book in a series about a little girl named Rohini who magically travels to countries in the world. She travels to the countries to learn and have questions answered about the country. In this particular story she wants to find out about a "siesta".
The authors do a nice job introducing a few words to children through the text and Rohini's visit. In this particular story they will learn about siestas, fiestas, and churros.
At the end of this book and the other Rohini books is a pictorial glossary of terms used in the story.
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