Washington, DC, Baby!
Washington, DC, has room for everyone, and exploring has never been so much fun! Embrace adventure with this memorable rhyming picture book―the perfect gift for anyone living in or visiting the United States’ capital city.
Good morning, Washington, DC!
Let’s go explore! There’s much to see!
This whirlwind tour of the United States’ capital city takes little adventurers to the Washington Monument, through the Smithsonian museums, up to the White House—and more! With vibrant illustrations and an engaging text brimming with hope and heart, this rhyming read-aloud will delight lifelong residents and visitors alike. Washington, DC, here we come!
A REGIONAL CELEBRATION FOR DC RESIDENTS: Featuring some of DC’s most popular foods, well-known destinations, and family-friendly attractions, this book makes a great gift for (or from!) any DC resident looking to pass on a love of their city to the little ones in their life.
PERFECT MEMORIES FOR LITTLE TRAVELERS: With so much to see and do, travel can feel overwhelming for toddlers—but telling the story of a place you’ve been (or are planning to visit) can make the experience so much more fun and accessible!
SWEET AND SATISFYING READ-ALOUD: Rhyming text and short, easy-to-understand sentences make this spirited picture book an excellent candidate for story time, just right for rereading—and for reliving the adventures little explorers and their families have enjoyed together in the city!
GO-TO GIFT FOR TODDLERS ON THE GO: DC resident or transplant, frequent visitor or first-time traveler, planning a trip or simply learning about U.S. history—in every case, this lighthearted introduction to the United States’ capital city is a gift-giver’s dream.
- Parents, grandparents, and caregivers of children who live in Washington, DC
- Museumgoers and travelers to the DC area
- Teachers and librarians who live in the DC area
- Gift-givers looking for a fun and quirky regionally inspired present
Emily Roberts is a Baltimore-based illustrator, designer, and jack-of-all-trades. When not drawing or painting, she can be found knitting, sewing, growing tomatoes on her balcony, or tending to her houseplants. Her favorite places to visit in DC are the National Gallery of Art and the Folger Shakespeare Library. This is her first children's book.