Tiny Travelers Puerto Rico Treasure Quest


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$12.99  $12.08
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6.5 X 9.0 X 0.9 inches | 1.25 pounds

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About the Author

Steven Wolfe Pereira is the Chairman and Co-Founder of Encantos. A Dominican-American born in New York, Steven has been inspired by a world of cultures ever since he was an International Relations major at Tufts University. An avid traveler, Steven has lived all over the world from France to Japan to Mexico and has visited more than 50 countries. A Fulbright scholar, Steven is a proud father of two tiny travelers and lives with his wife Nuria in Los Angeles.

Susie Jaramillo is a mom, an artist and a creative director raising 2 tiny travelers in Brooklyn, NY. She attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn where she majored in painting and illustration. She worked for many years in advertising until she decided to return to her roots in illustration. Susie has always been a student of culture and loves traveling. With this series she has combined her love for travel, culture & art in the hopes that young children will develop a curiosity about the world, and aspire to get to know it better.


"I love that many words are presented in Spanish with a phonetic English pronunciation also provided. I'm going to be checking out other books in this series!" --Mandy Peterson, Librarian at Schuyler Central High School

"A+ educational content....Wonderful... to share with young kids -- to broaden their horizons and discover new places of interest!" --Common Sense Media

"Purpose is at the core of the Tiny Travelers launch... The goal is to expose kids to the vastness and diversity of the world beyond their backyards, engendering empathy for different cultures, geographies and languages at a time when people all over the world are more connected than ever via digital platforms." --Forbes

"Teachers, and home-schooling parents, can use the Tiny Travelers(TM) series to introduce geography to their students and toddlers in addition to cultures, sports, nature, people, and places. Curious preschoolers will question and compare what they learn with their own world. Adding the "Search and Find" segment gives each child a hands-on experience with both reading and the content at hand." --Sue Morris, Kid Lit Reviews

"A captivating book for sparking a love of learning about countries and cultures around the world.... Puerto Rico Treasure Quest is a great place to start your journey." --Celebrate Picture Books

"This series is perfect for parents or educators who want to introduce new countries to kids, and teach them more about these counties. I absolutely love the pronunciation guides with the words!" --Heather Justus, Educator

"This series would be perfect for elementary classrooms and libraries!" --Megan Honeycutt, Librarian

"This series is perfect for parents who want their children to dream of traveling to different lands or for parents wanting their children to learn about other cultures. We loved the Puerto Rico book as much as all the others we have read, we will definitely buy this series and I would recommend it for any child's collection or for any classroom or library." --Regina Chari, Educator at Refuge: Zimbabwe

"A Best New Kids Books of 2020. The Tiny Travelers series ... promises a celebration of diversity with hidden treasures on every page. Great for kids of all ages, the interactive book is packed full of beautiful illustrations and rhyme-based storytelling." --Amber Guetebier, Red Tricycle

"Great for kids of all ages, the interactive book is packed full of beautiful illustrations and rhyme-based storytelling." --Red Tricycle

"The books are full of fun facts, hidden easter eggs, and rhyme-based storytelling. They're infused with keywords from the featured country's language, helping teach kids correct pronunciation and useful phrases for travel." --Parentology

"I am ashamed to admit that I was not aware that Puerto Rico had been a part of the US for more than 100 years...I love the photos, I love the information, and I love the Spanish that is scattered throughout. The pictures are engaging, and the hunt for the different items is fun. I imagine that having the stamps to put in would bring the children a lot of joy as they find whatever they are searching for. I highly recommend this book for early elementary students to provide a fun introduction to Puerto Rico." --Dana Goodman, Educator