Children’s books set in Pennsylvania
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What are some good children’s books about Pennsylvania?
The popular chef, Giada DeLaurentiis has a series of children’s books books about food and travel. One of those books takes place in Philadelphia. What a fun way to learn a little about the city’s food culture before heading there and indulging.
Are there any book-related things to do in Pennsylvania for families?
There are a ton of sites in Pennsylvania that families may be interested in. I’m going to go ahead and link to a few of them that I discovered via Atlas Obscura where you can read for more details. First up, Edgar Allen Poe’s National Historic Site, Rosenbach’s Library holds special book-related firsts and offers family events throughout the year, Phoebe’s Little Waxworks displays shadow boxes filled with recreated children’s book scenes in wax, and a statue to the famous author, Charles Dickens, is special because the author didn’t want any statues made of him – yet Philadelphia made one anyway.
Traveling to Pennsylvania?
Check out the VisitPA site for tips.
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Pennsylvania Children’s Books:
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Santa Is Coming to PittsburghMore Info
Halloween Scare in PennsylvaniaMore Info
Good Night PhiladelphiaMore Info
Good Night PittsburghMore Info
Good Night PennsylvaniaMore Info
K Is for Keystone: A Pennsylvania AlphabetMore Info
Little PennsylvaniaMore Info
One for All: A Pennsylvania Number BookMore Info