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VENICE FunBook
VENICE FunBook

VENICE FunBook

GAMES & ACTIVITIES

50 Pages, 6.0 x 9.0

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $7.95 (US $7.95)

Publication Date: October 2018

ISBN 9780998192673

Rights: US

1-Take MultiMedia (Oct 2018)

Price: $7.95
 
 

Overview

Going to Venice? Our VENICE FunBook is great for the plane flight, standing in a museum line, or simply hanging out at your hotel. Chock full of games for the whole family! Venice Bingo, Word Search, mazes and Find the Difference for kids. For adults: Crosswords, Sudoku, Scrambles, Quests, and more. All puzzles and games were hand-created by the author of VENICE Keys to the City, and all are Venice themed. This is a fantastic new way to TOUR a city - THROUGH GAMES!The VENICE FunBook was designed to pair perfectly with VENICE Keys to the City, the new travel guidebook for today's educated, but time-constrained traveler.

Author Biography

As a historian and armchair archaeologist, I have traveled for 17 years to the deepest corners of our ancient past in search of lost civilizations all over our planet. I have had the privilege of doing so with some of the foremost archaeologists and scientists in the world. Today, I enjoy the honor of serving on the Director's Council of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA), and as a Board Member of the Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies at California State University in Long Beach (CSULB).As a writer and photographer, I have enjoyed the pleasure of writing and photographing for the Cotsen Institute's prestigious journals, in addition to over 150 business and marketing clients around the country.Once addicted to the rewards of book writing, I returned to Italy in 2017 to study the great Republic of Venice. Stunned by what I learned? You bet! Find out why the first sentence in my new Venice book is "Welcome to Venice. You're not in Italy anymore!"