Have you visited Yellowstone National Park? If not, you should add it to your “must-see” vacation wish list. After visiting the park last year, I was inspired to write a new children’s book packed with everything you will see when you visit Yellowstone Nation Park. “I loved it!”
The book includes the history of Yellowstone National Park, including Grand Prismatic Springs, The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, hot springs, mud pots, fumaroles, and geysers including “Old Faithful” and Native American Tribes which makes it another great book for the classroom. I’ve also included information about the species of animals in Yellowstone Park since 1872 like grizzly and black bears, wolves, mountain lions, bison, pronghorn moose, and elk.
About the book: Come along with John and his family as they go on another camping adventure to Yellowstone Park.
Each member of John’s family has a sight-seeing favorite they want to explore. John wants to become a Junior Ranger, Dad wants to visit the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Mom wants to learn more about the Grand Prismatic Springs, and Emma can’t wait to see the volcanic mud pots that bubble, hiss, and boil.
What will happen during the family’s visit? It’s sure to be an unforgettable journey!
This book will teach kids about:
- When Yellowstone was founded in 1872 by Ulysses S. Grant
- The history of Yellowstone
- geysers, fumaroles, mud pots, and geysers
- grand prismatic springs
- the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
- the Yellowstone Volcano
- names of Native American Tribes
- species of animals that live in the park
- facts about Yellowstone
- how to become a junior ranger at Yellowstone
- Importance of family time