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Where Is Robin? Washington, DC
Where Is Robin? Washington, DC

Where Is Robin? Washington, DC

By Robin Barone, Illustrated by DAN LEE


where is Robin?


46 Pages, 11 x 8

Formats: Hardcover Picture Book

Hardcover Picture Book, $16.95 (US $16.95) (CA $22.95)

Publication Date: April 2018

ISBN 9780990631064

Rights: WOR

Diplomat Books (Apr 2018)

Price: $16.95


Explore our nation's capital in the latest Where Is Robin? adventure

Join Robin on her trip around the capital of the United States as she learns about history and government. Robin visits the Senate, White House, and Memorials for Lincoln, Jefferson, and Vietnam, along with the Library of Congress, Smithsonian Museums, the zoo, and so many more national treasures in this great capital city!


Children's book author Robin Barone, and Hersha Hospitality have collaborated to support a love of family travel and Washington, D.C., with the announcement of their "Capital Kids Adventure Package." The Capital Kids Adventure Package includes:•Accommodations•A copy of Where's Robin? Washington D.C. book•A little stuffed robin hidden daily in your guest room for your little ones to find and take home with them•A kid-friendly afternoon treat from Capital Candy Jar•Special Robin postcard to share your travel adventures•A kid's friendly Washington, D.C. map to track your adventures•Daily continental breakfast This package can be reserved through the Capital Hill Hotel's website.

Author Biography

Robin Barone, author of the Where Is Robin? series, is an avid traveler who has lived in New York, Washington D.C., Buenos Aires, Paris, and Singapore, in addition to visiting over 60 countries and five continents. Daniel Lee has taken on commissions for children's books, story-boarding, editorial, and advertising as well as working on projects for prestigious clients such as the BBC, Nickelodeon, Playstation, and the English FA.