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111 Places for Kids in New York

That You Must Not Miss

Evan Levy, Rachel Mazor

Contains numerous colour photographs

by Joost Heijmenberg

240 pages

13,5 x 20,5 cm

5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN : 978-3-7408-1218-8

£ 13.99
$ 23.95

111 Places for Kids in
New York 
That You
Must Not Miss


New York City is home to incredible food, art, culture, and places to explore that can be appreciated at any age, and city kids know you’re never too young to enjoy all Gotham has to offer. From interactive theater to themed baseball games, graffiti art to gravestones, donuts to dosas, read on to learn about the best things to eat, see, experience, and do with your kids in what many people consider to be the greatest city in the world!

Evan Levy

Evan Levy runs fable & lark: storied adventures,
which offers interactive museum tours
and scavenger hunts inspired by great stories.
She loves constantly discovering new parts of
New York City, where she lives with her family.
She is on a quest to try every kind of donut in
the city, no matter how long it might take.

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Rachel Mazor

Rachel Mazor is an English teacher in an NYC
independent school, where she loves leading
students along Holden Caulfield’s journey
around Manhattan. She enjoys introducing
her two children to all of the wonders New
York has to offer, but she has a special appreciation
for her home borough of Brooklyn. On
a hot summer day, she can usually be found
cooling her feet at the Splash Pad in Prospect Park.

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Joost Heijmenberg

Joost Heijmenberg is a Dutch photographer
currently living in Brooklyn with his wife
Marjolein and three young children. A lifetime
traveler and wanderer, his passion for people,
culture, art, and nature has fueled his entire life
and has especially influenced his photography.
When he’s not carting soccer balls, bikes, and
backpacks all around New York City, he is
dreaming of the next destination for himself and his family.

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