Through the eyes of a child, I See the Sun in Russia is the story of a day in the life of Anton, a young boy growing up in St. Petersburg, Russia. Anton loves to play the violin and he and his family hope that one day he will play in an orchestra. On this day his class takes a field trip to the Hermitage Palace, but there’s still time for violin lessons and playing soccer in the hall of his apartment building before supper. A country overview and glossary is included for parents and teachers who want to go beyond the story and talk more about Russia and why it is important. This is the fourth book in the I See the Sun series.
I love the I See the Sun series. They give my kids a great glimpse in to the lives of people in other countries. These books teach us about other countries, and even as an adult, I learn every time we read a new book out of this series.
Since my family and I are such fans, I have arranged for one lucky reader to get a copy of I See The Sun in Russia! Here’s what you need to do:
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