Twin Adventures: Farmhouse Visit

Twin Adventures: Farmhouse Visit takes Kate and Tate, and readers, on a fun-filled adventure to grandma and grandpa’s house out on the farm. While grandma and grandpa show Kate and Tate their daily activities on the farm their imaginations run away from them and they end up making friends with two adorable bunnies.

Book two in Pat Henry’s Twin Adventure series has readers imaging all the fantastic things one can do on a farm. I found this to be a lovely diversion for young readers who are consumed with their electronics. This genial children’s book shows how much fun it can be on a farm and, staying true to the series theme, it shows just how much fun using your imagination can be.

I appreciate how consistent that bright graphic art is throughout the whole Twin Adventures series. Illustrator Bryant Albert is able to capture Kate and Tate’s emotions throughout the book and is able to make every scene vibrant.

Twin Adventures: Farmhouse Visit takes readers on a simple but fun adventure that will inspire your child to use their imagination. This is an upbeat and cheerful kids book that shows a family having fun on a farm.

Pages: 31 | ASIN: B09SDLVPG4

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