A Day at the Museum

A Day at the Museum Young children will learn everything they need to know about visiting a museum in this fun and engaging picture book It explains the different types of museums and who works at them whether touching

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  • Title: A Day at the Museum
  • Author: Florence Ducatteau Chantal Peten
  • ISBN: 9781605371429
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Young children will learn everything they need to know about visiting a museum in this fun and engaging picture book It explains the different types of museums and who works at them, whether touching works of art is allowed, what a museum catalog is used for, and all the other activities available to visitors Including a funny comic, a poem with tasks, a large foldout paYoung children will learn everything they need to know about visiting a museum in this fun and engaging picture book It explains the different types of museums and who works at them, whether touching works of art is allowed, what a museum catalog is used for, and all the other activities available to visitors Including a funny comic, a poem with tasks, a large foldout page spread, and a miniquiz, this beautifully illustrated work combines facts and fun to turn the average kid into a wellinformed museum patron.

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    1. Baker & TaylorAn engaging picture book tour of a museum shares accessible and interactive facts that explain the different types of museums and who works at them, discussing such topics as whether or not displays are touchable, the activities that are available to visitors and the uses for museum catalogs.

    2. Tries to introduce the idea of a museum to children. Gets a bit off course with things like a two-page spread about an art thief. I think a much more successful approach would include photos rather than drawings of museum objects.

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