Children’s Michigan Road Trip Book – Billy and Bella Bongo’s USA Adventure: Visiting the Cereal Bowl of America {Book Promotion}

I received a copy of Billy and Bella Bongo’s USA Adventure: Visiting the Cereal Bowl of America($14.95 value) in exchange for this promotion. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own. 

Ready for a mystery ride?  If so, join the Bongo family in this fun hardcover children’s book as they take an adventurous tour of the United States and try to solve the riddles along the way to find where the Greedy Goblin is hiding.  With these helpful hints, Billy and Bella learn fascinating facts and history regarding the state the Greedy Goblin is hiding and also the state they will be visiting on their mystery ride.  Great learning tool for families to explore their state landmarks and historical value.

Billy and Bella Bongo’s USA Adventure: Visiting the Cereal Bowl of America is geared for grades 1-2 and can be purchased at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

About the Author

Shilpa Patel is from a small New England town and moved to Michigan in 2003. Her passions are traveling and mysteries. As a daughter of immigrant parents, she has had the opportunity to travel back to her ancestral home of India. During her travels, she often wished she could have shared her journeys with her friends. In 2007, after the birth of her daughter Maya, Shilpa recognized the impact her daughter would have by embracing their ancestral values, New England lifestyle, and now the Michigan culture. It would be through these transitions that Shilpa continued to develop her values and learn more about the natural beauty which surrounds us, no matter where we may live. The inspiration behind Bongos Books is to help educate children and allow families to share personal values with their friends and loved ones. Through imaginary travel and reading, it’s easier to relate to other people’s stories and shared experiences. What’s more fun than solving riddles and a little mystery along the way?


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