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Shrimp ‘n Lobster: A New York City Adventure
Shrimp ‘n Lobster: A New York City Adventure

Shrimp ‘n Lobster: A New York City Adventure

By Charlotte Rygh, Illustrated by Charlotte Rygh

7-9

Shrimp 'n Lobster Adventures

JUVENILE NONFICTION

112 Pages, 5.75 x 8.25

Formats: PDF, Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $14.95 (US $14.95) (CA $19.95)

Publication Date: August 2021

ISBN 9781951412074

Rights: WOR

The Collective Book Studio (Aug 2021)

Price: $14.95
 
 

Overview

A Shrimp 'n Lobster Adventure: New York City is a kid-friendly activity book that follows the adventures of best friends Shrimp 'n Lobster as they explore the city, making it a fun and interactive companion to family travels

From the bustling cityscape of New York to the sloping hills of San Francisco, Shrimp 'n Lobster are keen to explore the characteristic sights of cities around the United States. This animated duo takes to the famous Big Apple to discover landmarks like the Brooklyn Bridge, Ellis Island, and Central Park, home to its own zoo. Filled with spirited illustrations and local charm, this guide to New York City will captivate children from the public library to Times Square with equal parts education and delight. Readers will have a blast discovering the history and culture of this international metropolis as they follow Shrimp 'n Lobster to over twenty five destinations in New York City alone.

Reviews

"As a native New Yorker, and mom to a native New Yorker, I love how Shrimp 'n Lobster covers the popular tourist attractions, as well as lesser-known gems off the beaten path." —Julia Dennison, Digital Content Director, Parents

Author Biography

Charlotte Rygh's passion for exploring the oceans provides inspiration for her unique illustrations. She is a graduate of the Kanbar Institute of Film and Television at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, and she currently calls the San Francisco Bay Area her home. To Learn more about Charlotte's work, and her two favorite crustaceans, visit shrimpnlobster.com.