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Mr. Waldorf Travels to the Mysterious China

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On this adventure, Mr. Waldorf discovers the mysterious China. The curious canine encounters fun new friends and places while visiting Beijing, discovering the Great Wall of China, climbing Mount Everest and traveling the Yangtze River.

Silly Mr. Waldorf has a tendency to misplace his favorite reading spectacles and can’t seem to find them while discovering The Peoples
Paperback, 30 pages
Published 2016 by Waldorf Publishing
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Judy Collins
A special thank you to Waldorf Publishing for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

2016 Best Children's Book Collection

A comical Labrador is the latest hit in the new children's book travel series, THE SPECTACULAR WORLD OF WALDORF-- Mr. Waldorf Travels to the Mysterious China, featured in the third installment by Beth Ann Stifflemire and Barbara Terry.

Mr. Waldorf is a lovable and adventurous canine on a voyage to see the United States and the world.

His first stop was the State of Texas,
Review: Mr. Waldorf Travels to the Mysterious China This is a great book for young readers. This is good for parents to help struggling readers with this book. It teaches about the places around the USA and the World. This one gets you to explore China. If your family or children are into animals, this is a good book for them.

The pictures are done wonderfully. The author will get readers engaged with this set of books. I got the four books that are out for this series. Your children will learn
Dec 03, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Children 7 and under
Shelves: children
Mr. Waldorf Travels to the Mysterious China is another of the really well illustrated and extremely well-told stories of an absent-minded labrador. Not just absent minded but well traveled and knowledgeable about the animals and the special locations in China. If you have read his other adventures you will know that he is well spoken about many different locations. Alaska, Texas, and now China.

While entertaining your child with the search his misplaced spectacles he opens their minds to new
Jul 29, 2016 rated it really liked it
Like the other books in this series that I have read and reviewed, this one does a good job in introducing some of the characteristics of China to the young reader. The level of the text is roughly that of the second grader and the images are colorful, attractive and descriptive.
Mr. Waldorf travels to the People’s Republic of China, goes to Beijing and the internal Forbidden City, visits the Great Wall, walks the banks of the Yangtze River and climbs Mount Everest before going back to Beijing
Tonja Drecker
Sep 01, 2016 rated it really liked it
Mr. Waldorf travels all over the place, and this time, he's exploring China.

The wonderful Mr. Waldorf portrays more of a favorite uncle type of roll as he invites kids to visit China with him. He's a fun character to follow as he visits the different sites and creatures which are found in this vast country. After addressing the readers/listeners directly in the first pages, he embarks on the journey, but not without losing his reading spectacles. Now, the kids are on a mission to help Mr.
William Bentrim
Jul 29, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Mr. Waldorf Travels to the Mysterious China by By Barbara Terry, Beth Ann Stifflemire and Vladimir Kirichenko

As picture books for children go this offers more than just a pleasant reading experience. This is the beginning of a series and said series provides information and education in a very entertaining and painless manner. In addition, the oft used but still extremely effective act of, including a lost or hidden object turns the reading experience into a game, in this case Mr Waldorf's
Jim Gallen
Sep 05, 2016 rated it really liked it
The Spectacular World of Waldorf series follows that wandering Labrador, Mr. Waldorf, on his travels as he searches for his lost spectacles. In “Mr. Waldorf Travels to the Mysterious China” Mr. Waldorf makes friends with monkeys and dolphins, pandas and passers-by during his visits to Beijing, The Great Wall and Mount Everest.

My review is through the eyes of my favorite pre-school teachers, my wife. This book is suitable for ages 4-6. The pictures are well drawn and attractive. The text is
Oct 11, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I received this series of children's book in order to provide an unbiased review from Waldorf Publishing.

I adore series that have a character that travels to all the states. I think it is such an amazing way for kids to learn the things that are same and different from their own state. This series is about a Labrador named Mr. Waldorf who travels all over the world. He is a comical character that kids will absolutely adore!

In this book a monkey snatches Mr. Waldorf's spectacles. He has to
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Once again, Mr. Waldorf is off to teach kids of new countries - this time, China!

Here, he explores more famous monuments, structures and nature spots the country is famous for. He has a missing object to search for here as well, adding a second layer of interest to the journey.

He learns new things, illustrated quite colorfully for the reader's imagination to enjoy.

I would certainly share this picture book with young children, and recommend to others.

*I was given a complimentary copy of this
MrsK Books
Nov 06, 2016 rated it really liked it
Mr. Waldorf is so excited to visit the ancient sites of China. Being in a foreign country is like walking into a postcard. So many new sounds, interesting history, and adventurous new foods. Yet, as soon as Mr. Waldorf arrives in China an unfriendly monkey grabs his spectacles and swings up into the canopy of a tree. Now what will Mr. Waldorf do? You know he reads every night!

If you can snuggle up with a young reader, do it! These simplified "travel" stories will bring you much joy. Beginning
Leslie aka StoreyBook Reviews
May 22, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2016
Mr Waldorf is now visiting China and learning about different parts of this country. He visits the Great Wall, learns about different types of animals, Mount Everest and the Yangtze River. Of course his spectacles go missing at the beginning and he is searching for them while learning about this country.

The illustrations are gorgeous and bring China to life.
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Beth Ann is a wife, mother, blogger and book lover from Texas. Her passion is writing stories that draw a reader into a world where they can become the characters and experience a gamut of emotions. When she's not writing, she love's to be home with her family and two yellow labs. In addition she's a sucker for super sappy romance movies, loves trying out Texas wines, is an avid hot tea drinker