Children’s books set in Missouri
If you’re looking for children’s books set in Missouri, you’ve come to the right place. Scroll down to see the books geared towards kids ages 0-14.
What children’s books about Missouri will you find here?
Mark Twain was born in Missouri and he has well-known classics set in Missouri that you’ve likely heard of before – The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
The Good Night board books series has two books set in Missouri, Good Night Missouri and Good Night St. Louis.
What are some bookish activities to do in Missouri for families?
In 2019, The Rabbit hOle, an Explorastorium, will be opening in Kansas City. What is it going to be, well here’s a quote from their site:
In building the world’s first Explor-a-Storium, The Rabbit hOle will not only deliver Kansas City’s first truly immersive museum experience, it will bring national prominence to the city as a visionary center for children’s literature. Classic and contemporary works of children’s literature will be featured at The Rabbit hOle in breathtaking ways through a combination of narrative environments, immersive experiences, curated exhibits, and an evolving array of permanent exhibits throughout the space that will surprise and delight visitors of all ages.
The Rabbit hOle will house a print shop and bindery, a maker-space, a bookstore, a resource library, and a performance space. These essential program drivers will offer a rich spectrum of artistic and educational opportunities for all ages in areas of performance, maker workshops, writing and story labs, book-making, professional development for educators, and ongoing national author events and residencies.
You can also visit Mark Twain’s Boyhood Home and Museum.
Traveling to Missouri?
Don’t forget to check out Visit Missouri for tips.
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