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The Travel Book

Currently I am reading a book called The Travel Book. So far I have really enjoyed this book and I recommend giving it a go. It is about every country in the world and provides fun details about each place. This book also includes some eye-catching photos so you can get a feel on what sort of things you can do in each country and also learn about why each country is unique in its own ways. Normally I read fiction books but this book is one of my favourite non-fiction books. Learning about different countries interests me and if you are someone who likes learning about different countries then this book is for you! Even if you don’t really like non-fiction books and prefer fiction books I recommend still giving this book a go because you will never know if you like it unless you read it. I hope this has convinced you to want to read this book and I hope that if you do read this book you enjoy it! The photos make the book seem more engaging! Having photos, on top of information makes the book more interesting.

3 comments

inky State Library Victoria

It's good to read some non-fiction every once in a while to keep us sharp!

4th Nov, 20
queenzai

This book seems really cool and interesting. I don't usually read non-fiction but this seems like a good one.

4th Nov, 20
inky State Library Victoria

I am so pleased to read your review elissacrom...its really important that sometimes we take our noses out of our books sometimes and go out and experience 'Life' in all its glory by travelling away from home to a different place all together....I am glad that 'The Travel Book' is inspiring you to do just that. With restrictions in place, it will be hard to travel overseas for awhile...but in Victoria we are blessed to live in a multi-cultural state and we can experience lots of different cultures foods and events on our doorstep... for examples China Town in the City (Chinese), Lygon Street in Carlton (Italian), Richmond (Vietnamese) and Dayleford/Hepburn Springs (France/Switzerland)...I am sure you can think of others.

5th Nov, 20