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In this snapshot of Chicago, spirited and charming images pair with quirky text to guide young readers through this unique city. Babies act as tour guides, showcasing where they live and play in the city while providing an authentic tour of all things local in this sturdy and appealing board book. From famed attractions to iconic landmarks, this educational and entertaining read captures the essence of what it means to live in and visit Windy City.
Jerome Pohlen has written for the Chicago Reader, Readerís Digest, and Time Out Chicago. He is the author of Albert Einstein and Relativity for Kids; Oddball Illinois; and more than 20 travel, science, and childrenís books. He lives in Chicago. Violet Lemay is an award-winning illustrator whose childrenís books include Doodle New York, Doodle San Francisco, My Foodie ABC, and New York Baby. Her work has appeared in American Baby, Better Homes and Gardens, Elle, Family Circle, the New York Times, Parent and Child, and the Wall Street Journal. She lives in Savannah, Georgia.